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Old 03-15-2016, 10:12 AM
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Default New Ultimate Jets production facilities.

Dear all.
This is a short post to introduce you to our new production facilities that I am setting up in Dubai.
This is a World Class factory of 100,000 sqft. I am working on complying with NASA STD and FAR regulations for several projects. All white epoxy covered.
The factory is pressurized and features proper dust extraction.




The main place ( shown above ) is a 20,000 sqft laminating room,
I just finished setting up 6 CNC machining centers, including a 6 axis router of 30 foot by 15 foot by 10 foot capacity.

We also have 2 large painting booths and 2 drying booths, 2 post curing chambers and 1 autoclave.
All for your models ! ( almost )...
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Old 03-15-2016, 10:58 AM
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So does this mean cheaper A-10s
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Good job Oli!
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Excellent...

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Looks GREAT! Congratulations and best of luck
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Fantastic! Can't wait to see the product lineup.
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Looks great! Congrats!
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More news in a couple of months from now!
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Nope, I am not making the A-10!!!
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And thanks all for the kind words.
I will update pictures of the factory as I progress in organizing it. A huge job!!!
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Nope, I am not making the A-10!!!
It would be a lot cooler if you did
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And thanks all for the kind words.
I will update pictures of the factory as I progress in organizing it. A huge job!!!
I'll say huge job, you 'gonna quit driving and start building things full time or something????

Looks nice in any case.
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I'll say huge job, you 'gonna quit driving and start building things full time or something????

Looks nice in any case.
Man, do you know the feeling of pushing power on two jet engines of 1 million shaft horse power each? CAn't stop driving...
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Man, do you know the feeling of pushing power on two jet engines of 1 million shaft horse power each? CAn't stop driving...
Hehe. Is "Driving" your job, or a hobby. ..

Your facility looks amazing..
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Man, do you know the feeling of pushing power on two jet engines of 1 million shaft horse power each? CAn't stop driving...
Nope I don't know that feeling. The most fun I ever had was with a Cessna Conquest but the Lear 25-D was pretty spectacular for a used to be corporate guy. Those little GE Turbojets drank a lot of fuel but they'd sure push that airframe around.
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I hope you will produce something unique, not just F14,15,16,18,20,etc or MIG 15,.....
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I hope you will produce something unique, not just F14,15,16,18,20,etc or MIG 15,.....
Oh yes, 100% unique...
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If you are designing new models I recommend that the design takes into account how they will be assembled at the field. I look for planes that do not have to be flipped over and the gear is integrated into the fuse/wing. Only the outboard side of the wings plug in. That would be unique compared to many designs today.

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Wish you the best Oli.
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