3in RC Plane Spinner

by odie_wan, published

3in RC Plane Spinner by odie_wan May 30, 2012

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This is a two piece propeller spinner. It's 3in in diameter and has a 5mm shaft hole. It's pretty light compared to commonly available molded plastic ones. I have on installed on a 32 size motor and have dozens of flights. No issues.


Print out the base and the spinner. Tap the base holes with M3 threads. Use M3 x 6-7mm socket head cap screws to hold it together.

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any chance of a version for multi-rotors?

How are you balancing this thing?

In a nutshell, I am not. I just popped on my bird and it's been flying awesome ever since. It's very light and the printer is pretty good at controlling where the material goes.

This cold only be better if it were parametric!

Nice job! Thank you for sharing

Mark..How did I know you'd find this ;)

lol I am attracted to good quality RC related builds :-D

I'm glad you consider my thing a "good quality RC...build". Thanks

Thanks for the feedback. Glad you like it. More to come.