2000mm Giant Scale B-24 - Silver

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  • To Alpha, and the MTNRC Design Staff,
    I have a suggestion for an alternate Tail-feathers for the 1600mm Spitfire... it allows for the retention of the original hing points, and control horn while providing the full outline of the teardrop rudder profile...
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    • Welcome to Hobby Squawk! Nice design...

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      • Hey Y'all, what 'brand' of ABS and PLA filament are you guys finding to work the best? I'm looking for white in each type. My research leans toward IC3D (Ohio) for ABS and Hatchbox (Chinese) for PLA. Would like your input for any and all filaments including whether anyone has tried the metal blends. Many Thanks,, Best, LB
        Captain: Got any ideas?
        F/O: Actually not.
        — Captain Chesley B 'Sully' Sullenberger III and F/O Jeff Skiles—

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        • Hatchbox ABS White works great on my modified Anet A8.
          Flying or RTF - Freewing 64mm P.15 on 4S, F-105, 70mm BAe Hawk, 80mm A-4 Skyhawk Blue Angels #6, F-86, Mig-21, Twin 80mm A-10, Twin 90mm A-10, 90mm F-15C on 8S, 90mm F-4J Phantom II on 8S; FMS Fox 2320mm glider, FHX-800 Trainer (FPV), 90mm Super Scorpion; Eflight 1200mm Spitfire Mk XIV; Twisted Hobbies Clik R2; LX 64mm F-117 Nighthawk on 4S; Strix Nano Goblin.
          Coming soon - Something cool

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          • I use hatchbox white with Amazon prime one day shipping.

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            • Thank you, Gentlemen. Gotta love Amazon Prime. Tamm's favorite buyers' club . Looking forward to building DD's ordinance package and I will try the F4 cockpit after that, Woohoo, I'm havin' some fun now. I think my first design attempt will be intakes and splitters for the Double Ugly. A break in the wind here for the next few days, soooo maybe the 1st check flight with the A-10 yet this week. Best, as always, LB
              Captain: Got any ideas?
              F/O: Actually not.
              — Captain Chesley B 'Sully' Sullenberger III and F/O Jeff Skiles—

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              • Here is my 3D printed Corsair. Flys great. Click image for larger version

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                • Wow!!! That is too cool!!! Great job!

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                  • Originally posted by radfordc View Post
                    Here is my 3D printed Corsair. Flys great.
                    Wow that is sweet!! Surface looks smooth too! What size? Are you taking orders?
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                    • I am interested in the 3D parts for the 1600mm Spitfire Cockpit set, and had some concerns about their design and dimensions as I would like to upgrade my spit with the new instrument panel... Attached are images of the outline of the stock instrument panel which fits within my Spitfire's cockpit and a valid representation of a scale Mk IX instrument panel. The stock instrument panel truncates significant portions of a the scale instrument panel, and from what I observed from the promo video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TOfTBBN08_8 the new 3Dprints will do the same... Now I realize that this Spitfire is semi-scale, but could we get somewhat closer to scale? Thanks to all of Motion RC and Flight Line RC for providing the hobby with their superb product lines.

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                      • Hey Y'all, Have any of you tried increasing the nozzle size to decrease print times? I understand that some weight penalties would be incurred. Also, is anyone using or thinking about picking up a 3D Scanner? Any thoughts here would be geat. Just curious, Best, LB
                        Captain: Got any ideas?
                        F/O: Actually not.
                        — Captain Chesley B 'Sully' Sullenberger III and F/O Jeff Skiles—

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                        • Here is a good article talking about different nozzle sizes. Your print settings with infill and perimeters can be tweaked to minimize weight impact, so the biggest trade-off with larger nozzles is lower resolution (if you go with larger layer heights)

                          https://www.prusaprinters.org/everyt...rent-diameter/

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                          • Originally posted by Dirty Dee View Post
                            Here is a good article talking about different nozzle sizes. Your print settings with infill and perimeters can be tweaked to minimize weight impact, so the biggest trade-off with larger nozzles is lower resolution (if you go with larger layer heights)]
                            DD, Thank you, coincidentally this is the article I read that caused me to ask the question. Go figure. Best to you, LB
                            Captain: Got any ideas?
                            F/O: Actually not.
                            — Captain Chesley B 'Sully' Sullenberger III and F/O Jeff Skiles—

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                            • for those of you needing pilots, heres some pretty good ones ..not mine, just found em while searchin for cool stuff to print.
                              27 3D print models, available for download in STL, OBJ and other file formats, ready for printing with FDM, SLS and other 3D printers.
                              www.TSHobbies.com
                              Hobby Paint racks and acrylic display stands for collectibles.

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                              • hey check it out..wheel chocks!
                                Wheel chocks for RC planes. These fit 114 mm/4,5" wheels. Scale up or down as necessary.
                                www.TSHobbies.com
                                Hobby Paint racks and acrylic display stands for collectibles.

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                                • Very cool!

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