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SH Sanlianhuan Ledao helimx 8828 part 016 Landing Skid
by wictro, published
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SH Sanlianhuan Ledao HeliMX 8828 Landing Skid
RC helicopter part
This spare is for the following SH helicopters:
8828 Eagle Power Heli MX
8828-1 Eagle Power Heli MX Gyro
It will also fit:
8827 X8 Pro Exceed
8827-1 X8 Pro Pioneer MX Gyro
My first 3d print model, printed out fine.
Thing-o-matic print time per piece:
Normal: 1h 07min (estimated)
Accelerated: 31-32min (true)
It is a little more narrow than the original, because I had access to a Thing-o-matic that had only 100x100mm max printing surface.
Holes need to be drilled to exact size after printing.
I had to drill the holes that fix the "landing skid" to the helicopter a little bit oval just to increase the spacing(about 1mm wider) of the mounting holes to achieve a perfect fit.
(It could have been just a scale calibration problem)
This is a pretty straight forward deal what we got here:
-drill 4 holes for the screws (use 1mm for the lower, 3mm for the upper screws)
-drill/enlarge the metal rod mounting holes to 5mm diameter
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