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Old 09-08-2017, 06:26 PM   #1
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Default 3D print section for ideas / files / requests ?

A dedicated section to 3D printing ... ?

Where we could submit 3D files / ask for ... communicate about ?


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Well then, the first thing that needs to show up is some planes to start 3D printing...

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Lets try it out, the forum should be good to go.

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Lets get things started with some simple 3D printed wheels intended for lightweight electric airplanes. I live an hours drive from the nearest hobby shop. So I design a lot of the parts I need and put them on thingiverse. Everything on Thingiverse is free for you to use.

This is a 70mm shock absorbing wheel similar to the GWS Slowstick wheels. For some reason they dont display right but they do print right.
If you like them and want to print this wheel the files can be downloaded at:

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