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Jet Powered Aircraft

by Brent89, published

Jet Powered Aircraft by Brent89 Jan 2, 2013

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This is a personal jet powered aircraft with boosters on the side that can rotate to lift and powered the aircraft forward or side to side.

I don't own a printer but I have 3D printed projects before on commercial machines but not on a personal desktop printer. So I was a bit unsure of the limitations. I think that all the components should print with minimum difficulty and support material.

Assembled Dimensions:
(L) 102mm x (W) 128mm x (H) 79mm

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All the components clip together via pegs except the cockpit cover that has to be glued to the body.

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Excellent work! Really slick design there. It looks to me as though all of those pieces will print, maybe with a little rotation on some.

Thanks, the images of the STL files show the parts in different positions than what I saved them as. The correct positions for printing is shown in the one rendering that illustrates all the parts (not the exploded view).

Oh, good to know! Looks like it would print/assemble well then. I'll post one up if I can fit it into my queue.

Cool, that would be great.

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