Similar to the article in the June issue of Model Aviation we are using 3D printing to recreate broken parts for RC planes.
We have a Fusion 410 printer which allows us to print 14″ x 14″ x 12″ tall items. If you have an accident with with a plane that has parts that are not available anymore or are back ordered we can recreate them for you! We are able to make cowls, canopies, servo holders, servo arms ( if you need something extra long or an odd shape).
We are also able to print complete plane kits. There are several web sites that offer 3D printed plane files:
If you would like a 3D printed plane kit all you have to do is contact us via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and let us know where you found the plane you want printed and in what color or colors. We will send you a quote for the kit in less than 24 hours.
3D printed planes are very simple to assemble, the parts actually snap together and are held by thin CA or several other types of glues that are readily available.
Let’s build something together.
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If you would like us to quote something for you this is the process to get that done. First, send us an email (email@example.com) let us know what you need, include pictures if possible.
We will take a look at it and get back with you with a rough idea of how long it will take to make, and a rough cost of the print.
Secondly, if you are replacing a part of a plane that has been damaged we can use the damaged part to begin the 3D modeling of the part. So we will ask you to send the part (s) to us.
Once we have the parts we will use software to model the parts and get them ready to print.
With 3D printing we have access to almost any color you can imagine so its possible to get the exact color you need to match your plane. Another option for matching you plane is spray paint. We can print the parts in a clear filament and you can paint them as you would like.