3D PRINTED AIRPLANES
AND PRINT IT
The process is simple:
1º Buy and download STL files /G-codes and cura profiles.
2º Add the G-codes into your printer and build your plane!
We provide you all the information that you will need.
Before buying an airplane you can download a test part.
LIGHT AND STRONG
Our models have been designed following an engineering approach to maximize the strength to weight ratio, In fact our Model V is the lightest 3D printed available in the market right now with a wing loading of only 25 gr/dm2. About the strength, any of our models can withstand more than ±10G allowing you to make any kind of aerobatic.
We are totally aware about the design freedom that 3D printing technology gives us, but this freedom should be used in a clever way otherwise you are not taking advantage of this incredible way to manufacture things!.
We are convinced that biomimicry is a great approach to take advantage of this freedom in order to develop low-weight, strong and efficient airplanes.
DESIGNED TO BE PRINTED
Every small detail has been designed taking into account that it will be 3D printed since the conceptual design phase allowing us to design complex shapes such as winglets which are much more difficult and expensive to build with traditional manufacturing technologies. But our models were also designed to be electric RC planes, this is very important to reduce weight even more.
Physics and aerodynamics affect in the same way an Airbus A350 than a small RC airplane. That is why we take each airplane project as an engineering project.
Stress analysis to ensure an acceptable strength and aerodynamics analysis to ensure that the airplane will be stable and efficient are just two of many examples.
Nowadays you can print functional
parts for complex mechanisms like a radio control airplane even with a low cost 3D printer without losing performances compared with traditional RC planes.
All our models have been tested with Anet A8, which is one of the cheapest printers of the market.
in addition to this, the electric has been standarized, this mean that you can use the same electronic in any of our models reducing even more the price.
YOU CRASH IT
YOU PRINT IT AGAIN
Crashing is part of this hobby, but now you have a factory at home! The great advantage of a 3D printed airplane is that in case you crash it you can print the damaged parts again, which saves a lot of money!. The electronic elements which are more expensive rarely suffer any damage during a crash.
Critical parts are designed to be detachable allowing you to replace them.