Propeller spinner for Turnigy D3530

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Propeller spinner for Turnigy D3530 by petasto Feb 6, 2016

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2 blade propeller spinner for Turnigy D3530 motor with stock adapter.

Used on 3DLabPrint Spitfire ECO setup

Spinner Diameter: 39 mm
Center hole diameter: 8 mm

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Backplate comes behind propeller

Create M3 thread into the backplate and use 2 M3x8 screws,

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Hi. What orientation of the propeller blade did you use for this spinner?

Hi, the .stl file seems to only have the nose cone and not the bottom plate. Could you check this please?


Hi, I checked it, the base plate is there.

Thanks for checking, I'll try again.

I figured out what went wrong and wanted to share. If I use the new Prusacontrol software the backplate does not appear for some reason. However if I open the file in Slic3r it works perfectly. So something strange with Prusacontrol.

Can anyone recommend a motor/esc/battery combo that's available in the US? The ones suggested by 3D LabPrint only seem to be available in the Australia or Hong Kong warehouses. I've looked for US equivalents but I don't have any RC experience and I'm getting a bit lost in the numbers. For instance, there's a Turnigy 3530 in the US warehouse but the specs are different. 3S? 20C? Dammit, I'm a programmer not a cryptologist!

I do want to stay away from anything with a carburetor. I don't think I need to replicate the original Spit's tendency to stall pulling negative Gs.

It's just the standard designation of Li-Po batteries. 3S means 3 cells in serial battery, so the voltage is 11,1V. 20C means it can provide current 20 times the capacity. For 2200mAh it's 44A. If you want the spit hotter, just go with Turnigy 3S 2200mAh 20C li-po from hobbyking, Turnigy D3536/8 1000kv motor and APC 9/6 prop and Aerostar 40A ESC will be sufficient. All things from hobbyking.

What Combination Battery/propeller did you Use With That Motor? How Did It Handle?

Turnigy 3s 2200mAh 20C and 9x6 prop. Check the CG, needed quite plenty of weight in front. Good setup for this plane https://youtu.be/NFb4kuGUPKY

Thank you so much. I find your setup much more appropriate for this size of plane than a multirotor high pole engine with a 6s battery as recomended

The recommended high pole motor has great power / weight ratio.I would go with it if I want to compete in ACES aircombat. Also it is better suited for bigger and heavier planes by 3dlabprint, such as Edge or Thunderbolt where this setup lacks power and thrust. Spitfire, Mustang or Messerschmitt is good with 3530.

Thank you so much. I find your setup much more appropriate for this size of plane than a multirotor high pole engine with a 6s battery as recomended