Wednesday, February 23, 2005

Opening Remarks

Here is the first post for The Cutting Edge , a blog dedicated to the art of laser cutting, radio control airplanes and engraving. My name is Jes. For the most part, I will be the mouthpiece for this project. Yes, I am a girl.

My boss's name is Eddie, Ed, or Action Ed if you were prefer. He's the one who knows a LOT more about this stuff than I do, as he's been doing this since before I was born. 43 years of experience in model control airplanes. So yeah, he knows what he's talking about.

You'll see some pictures, how to articles, or whatever else piques our interest.

Comments are welcome...e-mails, replies, heck, even snail mail. Because feedback is cool. And we want to know if you guys and girls like our little blog.

Occasionally, if not a lot, you will probably see Lazer Works being mentioned. This is our bread and butter. Lazer Works is a site that caters to the laser cutting of short kits for model airplanes. A lot of these are vintage so you probably won't see these around.

We also do engraving, which, to me personally, is pretty dern cool. You can do a lot of awesome stuff with that laser. But more about that later (or you could just check out the site for examples (*winkwink, nudgenudge*)).

I don't want this to sound like a walking advertisement but we are a business, so there's going to be some promo. But don't worry, it shouldn't be too painful.

So I end this post with a "hello" and a welcome to The Cutting Edge. Take a look around, grab some pretzels, and let the good Heh.


At 7:28 PM, Blogger FlyingHigh said...

OK, got me a bag of pretzels in one hand and an ice cold root beer in the other while I read this cool blog. Not a bad blog if I do say so myself. Really a great blog.If I had a blog, you would be welcome to blog in it LOL!!!!!!!!!! Anyway, keep it in the air! Scott.

At 7:08 AM, Blogger Leonard Gump said...

Jes, Did you leave the business or just lose interest in the blog site? I was following the thread on the production of the laser-cut Sterling PT-17 Stearman (which ended abruptly in February of this year). There were hints in the thread that Action Ed had located a source for fibreglass cowels or dummy radial engines for this model. I don't see these listed on the website. Are they still available?

If Jes is no longer doing this blog (last posted in 2005) it's possible this is a dead blog (as many become quite quickly these days).


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