UPDATE 8/15/18: Added some photos to show my component placement to get everything to balance. Flies great and there's room for adjustment on the cg after I printed the fins at about the lowest possible weight. I did 2 perimeters, 10% infill and 2top and 2bottom layers. That's with a .6 nozzle and .3 layers. The fins were 26g together when I was finished and that allowed it to balance in this configuration. I also updated the fin model to cut out unnecessary materiel from the wing insert. There were voids around the wing inserts but they're just for alignment anyhow and the glue is what holds the fins.
FT Arrow clip on canopy and vertical stabilizers. All printable without supports. Use Petg or better heat withstanding material. *Orient upper canopy on its side, all other parts should be oriented properly as well. The stl’s do not necessarily load in the proper orientation.
FPV mount is designed for RunCam Micro, but should work with other "micro" cameras with similar footprints.
Video of parts:
All that's needed to build this plane is some Dollar Tree foam board and some electronics.
The speedbuild kit as well as power packs for this plane are available here:
And the free plans are Here:
I use a .6mm nozzle and .3mm layer height. This designed is optimized for my printer setup so overhangs and bridges may have to be dealt with differently on other printers.