So I drew up my own plans in Fusion 360 and cut out the Depron using the needle cutter that I’ve described before. Fuselage construction was by a central box section with bulkheads around, and then panelled all in 6mm Depron. The wing was also 6mm Depron top and bottom with 6mm ribs. Engine nacelles, floats, front hatch and the wing top fairing were CNC cut from Styrofoam. The cockpit, nose and tail canopied were vacuum formed over moulds CNC cut from wood. The whole model was then covered in light-weight tissue and light-weight glass cloth applied with Poly-C, then painted with acrylic paints. Cowls are 3D printed. The motors now have 3-bladed 6x3 props and give a combined thrust of 1.42kg against a model weight of 1.44 kg which includes just 60g of nose weight. Finally it flew on a very dull and overcast day in December 2021, with very little trim required.