These photos show how Jens Hedström's Tempests are built. Jens makes his kits with a homemade CNC computer controlled hot wire machine. The fuselage and wing are made of foam. The supplied canopy is plastic. If possible there will be a Mk. V version produced later.

The photos below show the building process "from foam to finished model to combat!"







Jens Hedström
Bo Häggkvist

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Tempest II - An illustrated history of the Tempest Mk. II and FlyPast December 2022 added.

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