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Now you can 3D print an r/c aircraft

Posted: Mon Jan 01, 2018 9:03 pm
by jerryn
Check out I saw a video.of a 3d printed P38 Lightning . All panels and ribs are 3d printed,
The end result is amazing, and they do fly well.
I just updated my 3d printer and I am going to attempt to build the Piper Pawnee
Here is a video of the 3d printed P38

I started to print out the parts for a Piper Pawnee Cub

Posted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 1:50 pm
by jerryn
After watching the FliteTest video it got me motivated to upgrade my 3D printer, purchase plans from 3dlabprint, and build a 3d printed airplane
to test at the farm. Here's a photo of the printer in action

Here's a photo of the parts I've printed so far. I have 30 more parts to print before I start the assembly.


Re: Now you can 3D print an r/c aircraft

Posted: Mon Dec 10, 2018 8:27 pm
by Neons
I saw the P38 Lightning at the Joe Knoll meet in 2017. It was pretty to look at. I found it maybe on the weighty side. It flew well but had to fly fast to stay airborne. This made for hot landings. I do not know if it had flaps either.