We are nearly finished moving into our new workshop space. We are unpacking and organizing our inventory onto new storage shelves so packing your orders will be faster than before. We will also have more space to increase our inventory. After I get back from Denver, I’ll process more EPP foam and replenish our stock and keep our inventory up so you don’t need to wait so long for our next batch. I apologize for the inconvenience and delays in getting our EPP back up on the website.
Thank you to everyone who came out to our Fun Fly August 5th. Overall it was a great success with quite a few people who showed up to fly in our community of RC aircraft. Thank you to those who demonstrated with their special aircraft like the turbine powered Pilatus, sail plane, large helicopters, and others. Congratulations to all of our raffle winners. And hope you enjoyed the taco bar for dinner.
This year Wind Catcher RC sponsored several activities and aircraft. Another sponsored build we did was Ben Harber’s A-26. Wind Catcher RC cut out the entire plane for Ben. He designed it and built it. We also provided the batteries, carbon fiber, and some other parts. Ben is hoping to maiden the plane very soon. Good luck Ben!!
Follow Ben Harber on YouTube by clicking HERE.
We have also been working closely in secrecy with Joshua Finn from J&H Aerospace for over 9 months on a project. We are attempting multiple world record attempts through several organizations with an aircraft. The aircraft is already built and test flown a few times for trimming. It’s truly amazing! More information on this after our event and we can report on real numbers and what this all means. Until then, we’ll allow you to speculate based on the 3 (2) view found below. Wish us luck in Denver!!
Check out J&H Aerospace (Josh and Hope Finn) by clicking HERE.