- Jan 19, 2009
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My information is that the previous owners of the company did not want to invest in a fully automated motor machine as was used for making all the other motors. There were some 'manual' steps involved in the original production of the E16 and F15 motors.DeWain's information squares with mine. I also reached out to Estes and learned that they are rebuilding the machine used to make them and that once that is done, they will be making them again.
This downtime will be used to improve the machine to eliminate the manual steps in producing these motors.