Monthly Archive
for: ‘May, 2016’

Green Sense Radio Interview

Last week Sam Bousfield’s interview with Green Sense Radio aired on their 37 affiliate stations, nationwide.  The interview addresses what makes the Switchblade different from other flying cars, sustainability features of point-to-point transportation, and how this vehicle car can make a difference in the world. The interview can be heard on the first 15 minutes […]

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Switchblade Update: 21 May, 2016

Composite Approach, of Bend Oregon, has finished the right hand body plug. The plug, as you probably remember, is the solid shape that we use to produce molds from. We then use those molds to produce parts that take the shape of the plug – in this case the body. These are large, bulky parts […]

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The testing and perfecting of the powered wing swing mechanism was accomplished, and various videos have been posted about it on YouTube and Face Book. We could have opted have this be done manually, but since the tail will be moved electrically, we wanted to provide the same for the wings. It really does make […]

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Central Oregon television interview!

SAMSON SWITCHBLADE AIRS ON CENTRAL OREGON TELEVISION! – Featured May 3rd on “Central Oregon Daily” news program – KOHD-ABC & KBNZ-CBS. Zolo Media’s Warren Schultz interviews Sam Bousfield at Samson’s Prineville facility to find out what the Switchblade is, why it’s different from flying cars of the past, how the ground test vehicle performs, and […]

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