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  • Apr 18, 2018
    Tools for small scratch built models
    Hi All, I am slowly building a little business aimed at smaller balsa model airplanes. Right now most of my products are oriented towards free flight but I ...
  • Apr 14, 2018
    The Ultimate Pole Vault Drill: How to...
  • Apr 9, 2018
    Off topic kudos for a fellow flyer here
    In addition to the great micro RC planes he builds, our own member FUNWITHPLANES recently competed in this years indoor endurance World Championship F1D cont...
  • Apr 7, 2018
    Stepper motor coil actuator in action
    This is how the actuator made out of 6mm stepper motor performs in my 3 grams ultra micro Dizzy Chick (8 inches) works. Plenty of turning authority. I am usi...
  • Apr 7, 2018
    Help with Parkzone Brick throttle up
    I have Parkzone bricks labeled "24R6C V7 2012-3-23" installed in 4 airplanes. They generally run very well except for the throttle on 2 of them. When I go t...
  • Apr 6, 2018
    Gonga deal on micro ... c...
    All Electronics.
  • Apr 6, 2018
    Differential Thrust - Aero Commander RX
    Does anyone know whether the RX from an E-flite Aero Commander ... and a suitable TX be configured for differential thrust?
  • Apr 5, 2018
    DX8e
    Spektrum keeps bringing out new transmitters. Having sprung for a DX6 a while back, I keep ignoring their announcements. But the following feature of the n...
  • Apr 4, 2018
    Ar6410 rudder servo replacement
    Hi all i was wondering where i could get a spare AR6410 rudder servo wich is on the board, i spoilt my rudder servo so cut the red and ble wire and removed...
  • Apr 2, 2018
    Something a little better than the V911?
    I have went through 4 of these boards . They don't hold up at all. If a motor gets stalled at all for some reason these V911 boards smoke. Do they make a lit...
  • Apr 1, 2018
    Time for an actuator cookoff again? +...
    I'm 'over' my last actuator plane, it flys nicely but I want much better performance then it offers. Since I'm planning to attend my first N.E.A.T. fair I ...
  • Apr 1, 2018
    Time for an actuator cookoff again?
    I'm 'over' my last one, it flys nicely but I want much better performance that it offers. Since I'm planning to attend my first N.E.A.T. meet I was thinkin...
  • Mar 29, 2018
    Corsair f 4 scale1/4
    Hello, Last Weekend i had the maiden of my new Indoor Model. A Corsair f 4 in 1/4 Wingspan 123inch, weight 8lbs Electric geardrive from a Goblin 570 hel...
  • Mar 25, 2018
    AR6400 dicontinued
    Sorry if this subject has been already discussed on the forum, but i haven't found any informations. It seems that the brick or its clone is not available...
  • Mar 23, 2018
    Micro rom24 decathlon
    ... made of balsa,plastic veg bags, kite paper,epp foam ws-24 inch made of foam plans-drew my own so dont have elec...

Brand Overview

Fancy Foam Models (AKA: E-Foamy or Midwest Foam Planes) is a brand of Foam-constructed RC airplane products that is designed and produced by Fancy Foam Models of Maize, Kansas.

The Fancy Foam Models brand consists of Depron Indoor Planes, EPP Indoor Planes, EPP Outdoor Planes, and several trainer airplanes.

The Depron Indoor Plane lineup consists of a couple of versions of the popular Yak 55, the Fenix, the Osiris VT, the Vrolet Freestyle, the Vantage, and the MX2.  All of these models have a wingspan of under 36 inches and a flying weight of around 4-6 ounces.

The EPP Indoor lineup of Fancy Foam Models consists of several kits all in the 32 inch wingspan range.  These models are designed for flying indoors or outdoors in calm air.  Models include the Edge 540, the Sbach 342, the Yak-54, the Yak-55, and the Freestyle.

Fancy Foam's EPP outdoor product offering is similar to their Indoor EPP array featuring, in most cases, a larger 42 inch version of the smaller 32 inch indoor flyer.  Kits include the Freestyle, Yak-54, Yak-55, Edge 540, and Sbach 342.

Rounding out the Fancy Foam Models brand is a stable of trainers that are foam constructed docile flyers.  In addition to the kits the company also sells a variety of supporting accessories including motors, batteries, speed controllers, propellers, receivers, servos, adhesives (tape, glue), and of course, carbon fiber and foam.

The Fancy Foam brand of products can all be purchased directly from the company's www.fancyfoam.com website.