Flying Toaster

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Flying Toaster by GE Aug 8, 2011

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A Flying Toaster!

Another request from the first week of the GE Air Show. Some of us are even old enough to remember the flying toaster...

Idea submitted by Sarah M. to the GE Air Show at http://www.Facebook.com/GE


  1. Print the wings from http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:9208 at 50% scale.
  2. Print the toaster body.
  3. Glue together.
  4. Print 2 of the thicker toast
  5. Enjoy tasty toasted in-flight snacks! (but don't eat the plastic!).

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I wanna print this so bad but there is no model for the wings...

This is the new secret military space plane that GE won a government contract for. Seems like GE done goofed and put the plans on Thingiverse by accident. Now the chinese can print their own state of the art american tech. The US will have to engineer some sort of anti-toast missile system to counter this threat. Or else tasty toast will rain down on american cities and many american lives may be lost due to obesity (Well, more than usuall anyways.).

Please change your licence to creative commons, you keep your credits, others can improve the object and people can print it without asking you permission. See http://creativecommons.org/http://creativecommons.org/

GE - in reply to lemio

Lemio, thanks for your suggestion! We are happy to say that we changed the status of our licence to non-commercial attribution share-alike license. Great to have input from other users and fans!

Please amend the license if you're happy for us to print a copy of this.

You can do what we did, get the wings from http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:9208http://www.thingiverse.com/thi..., scale them by 50%, and glue them to the side of the toaster.


Ah, instruction reading, I should try that.

What? No wings? How am I going to fly this thing around? :)

GE - in reply to cyclone

There are wings! :-)