BARCELONA 3D PRINTED UAV
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Designed by Jonatan Domenech Arboleda in the ETSEIAT aerospace vehicles ENGINEER final degree project for UAV applications.
This is not a toy, be wise with this files;
Because it flies;
Allways use PLA for a better world.
Enjoy it and remember that it have to fly!
Thank you and do not hesitate to contact me for important things:
See PDF files.
Printer: Rep rap 240x210x200 (X-Y-Z) print size
Material: less than 1Kg white PLA.
Assembly photos: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/101621941783722657636/101621941783722657636/posts
Uploaded STL files have rudder extension in order to increase control power factor.
Wing GF tube reinforcement required.
Extra 2mm CFRP connectors (black) have been used for down beam stabilization.
All parts are only perimeters without top and bottom except wing.
Wing requires vertical spar in the reinforcement, recommended by Infill parameters iteration.
For different printing size, CAD file has been uploaded allowing you to modify STL files, or design, upgrade, ... IMAGINATION?
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