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Just a test run of a basic model so the decals are all from spares and I’ve left the serial off rather than waste my stock on a first try

 

Designed in Fusion 360 and 3D printed

 

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That's a great result. This new fangled technology is way beyond me.

Have you given any thought to producing these on a commercial basis?

 

Chris.

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Wow, very cool.

How long did it take to print? A colleague of mine's other half has a 3D printer and I've been thinking how cool it would be if they could print me things like underwing stores and lost parts.

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22 minutes ago, cngaero said:

That's a great result. This new fangled technology is way beyond me.

Have you given any thought to producing these on a commercial basis?

 

Chris.

I’d probably need to get a resin printer to do better quality and vac form for canopies so maybe eventually. In the meantime I’ve just sold a few of the Miles M52 I did via the For Sale section. Might add these to that post for folks that don’t mind the filling and sanding

 

15 minutes ago, Shashman said:

Wow, very cool.

How long did it take to print? A colleague of mine's other half has a 3D printer and I've been thinking how cool it would be if they could print me things like underwing stores and lost parts.

Swallow is pretty small but I printed it in 5 sections (Left and right wings, tail fin, fuselage front and fuselage rear) over about 8 hours

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