This is a model I found on 3dexport.com by air3Dplane.
The original model was just for show and needed some adjustments in order to be printed. One adjustment I made was for rotating propellers!
NEW! Now with stand!
Please read instructions before printing!
I printed this using a .35mm nozzle and 3mm ABS.
If done properly, it should turn out like the picture.
I tried to scale them all and put them in one .stl....but bad things happened...for some reason. But I know it actually does work like this:
The pieces will need to be rotated accordingly once imported into your CAD or print software:
Tail Front: -90
Tail Back: 90
Or just be smart and make all the flat sides face down.
I scaled mine up to x35, but you can do however suits you. (The bigger the better as to utilize the rotating propellers.)
I would recommend printing the propellers seperately as they may need to be scaled TALLER (On the Z axis) to come out better. I believe I ended up scaling mine as: X-35 Y-35 Z-60
You may also need support material for the propellers only.
Once printed, you may need to open the holes better on the cap for the props. (Just dig it out a bit, there's a hole in there somewhere.)
I used a 1.75mm piece of filament as the axel for the props. A paper clip is around the right diameter as well.
The rest is pretty self explanatory. Enjoy!