by GE, published
We asked our Facebook community what kind of planes do they want to see at an air show. They chose a seaplane, and here it is.
Idea submitted by Aaron Z. to the GE Air Show at http://www.Facebook.com/GE
- Print the float plate (contains left and right half of both floats)
- Print the left and right halves of the fuselage
- Print the propeller (using support material)
- Glue the float halves together - each float should have one solid
piece and one with two holes
- Drill two 1/8 holes in each fuselage half at a 45 degree angle
(couldn't model them directly, OpenSCAD winding order bug...)
- Glue the fuselage halves together
- Use 4 pieces of filament about 3/4 inch long to attach the floats
to the fuselage
- Glue the prop on
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