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This is a biplane I made awhile ago... yeah
technically it is not a biplane, as the bottom set of wings act as flaps, actuated by hydraulics...
since the pictures were taken, someone added huge gun barrels to the wings, which I was too lazy to take off, if you wish them to not be there, then you are going to have to do a bit of editing...
I know the propeller is tiny... but once again I am too lazy to fix it...
(note, you need SketchUp to view the file)
took me forever to make, hope you enjoy!
well... I assume one cannot make it full size... so as a toy maybe... it will take a lot of work to be feasible though... I don't have a RepRap to make it with so... more power to ya.
*UPDATE!!!- new version uploaded, it has been exploded so if one is able to convert the SketchUp file to a printable format, (including a rescale most likely, i doubt one can make it full size) one could (in theory) print it out as a model or something in three parts!... side note, the old one (biplane4) is a suggested color scheme, if one wants to paint until they go blind... i have also taken off the gun barrels in the new version, so it doesn't look as lame...
please tell me if you actually make this, and send pics!
- print out all three components
- (optional) paint components in any color scheme you like
- glue together components (complete example plane under the file biplane4)
- upload some pics of it to me!!!
further minor modifications available upon request
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