My make of the Nucking Futs Pylon Racer. I am a bit new to printing at this level and had to scrap a couple of jobs that did not turn out so well. I have noted all my changes in the notes section.
I used the FlashForge Creator Pro with FlashPrint 4.4.0 for slicing and the PLA that came with the printer.
FlashForge Creator Pro stock PLA PLA
Blue and White
I used 0.20mm layer height with cooling fan off on first 0.27 layers. Used 1 permitter with 4 top and 4 bottom layers. Sliced with Flashprint 4.4.0. Printing nozzle temp was 195-200 degrees celcius with bed temperature of 50 degrees celcius.
Initially i changed the orientation of parts that fell outside of my print bed but then discovered cutting could be used.... I then left the parts in the original stl orientation and using the cut function allowed the application to cut them within my size (150mm on the z axis) putting the cut piece on the bed next to the original. I didnt use rafts but i did use brims as i had a bit of nozzle run off at the higher temps. I also changed the length of the ailerons on the z axis by using the scale option in Flashprint. I only changed the z height on both ailerons (ailerons are 2 parts each..so 2 on each wing...4 total). I added 0.85mm to them. After printing with the original stl and then mocking up the wing mounting i found a gap between the wing and ailerons..so increasing the length resolved that.
I did some multi color in the wings; blue and white, and it came out ok but i see some blue bleeding into the white portions, maybe something to do with the wall Flashprint created. Flashprint also has basic and expert interface. I would use the basic as its easier to overthink think the expert mode. The basic has everything that i noted within a couple of clicks. You find the same data in the export mode but its easy to go down the rabit hole..especially for us new to printing.