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How it works

Download - Print - Assembly - Fly
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    Creating process of digital modelling

    Extensive hi-tech 3d structural reinforcement resulting in solid yet lightweight airframe thanks to additive 3Dprinting technology

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    Printing and testing

    Each plane has been thoroughly tested to find ideal shape and best possible inner structure

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    Choose your aircraft, download 3d files and print as many you need. Using your desktop 3Dprinter

Aircraft manufacturing in the 21st century

Faster developing - Lower budget - Flexible production
Digital download

Get your 3d files immediately after purchase

Print anytime you need

Then print as many planes or spare parts as you wish. Only for a cost of filament


Find all you need in detailed PDF/VIDEO guide or ask on our forum

about us

3D printed aircrafts & innovative solutions & G-codes
Our story

3DLabPrint was founded in 2015 in Brno, Czech Republic as an aeronautics company focused on the use of the additive process for a variety of manufacturing from small R/C models to manned air crafts…

We are always trying to push our limits and move things further, so every new project is full of improvements for better durability, easier assembly, better geometry solutions and so on. We are passionate about our products and hope you enjoy using them as much as we enjoy developing them, although this print may test your competencies and quality of your printer (welcome to thin wall printing)

Behind the Scenes

Stepan Dokoupil is a professional architect and aircraft designer with over 15 years of experience. When he is not flying reduced size models, he pilots Zlín 142, Cessna 172 and 152 or Tecnam JS92 aircrafts over Europe and North America. He is so fond of flying that years ago he bought his first desktop 3D printer and started to develop his own sophisticated RC model kits.

Co-founder Patrik Svida is also an aeronautics enthusiast and world air combat races champion, which he won with his self designed ACES aircraft. He has a masters degree in structural engineering and more than 20 years experience in aircraft design.

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Simon Briggs

downloaded, built and flown, amazing work, and attention to the physics of flight. I used the included slicer settings and have to tweak it to get it right, I recommend using the included Gcode files, if you can, I had to figure out the Z axis compensation for my ROBO 3D but once I knew the trick I just printed the STLs and fine tuned it during print. had lifting of the wing sections so I lowered the bed and HE temps to ease the stress of contracting PLA. If anything the fuse is a little 'squishy' behind the cockpit so I added some 1mm carbon rod bracing and it stiffened up nicely. Love my new plane


I just downloaded the mustang last night. I had to get the S3D to make it work the way it was designed. $150 but I really like it so far.
The cool factor of having all the internal architecture within the wing and fuse sold me. Looks like art work!
I love the challenge of printing this aircraft. Way more satisfying than buying it from china! (Lower case "c" intended)
Some really rare edf jets would be nice. This design style just seems to be custom catered for things like a Mig-15 or a curvy SR-71

.... from RCGroups forum - I cant beleave we are even having this conversation! We all printed this thing because we could. Not because it was practical.

I don't know about you guys, but I have a basement full of impractical things and my printer is one of them. I spend hours printing things I could easily buy from the dollar store. That EFX is one of my favorite speed planes and is blistering fast with my rare bear motor in it. But I have more satisfaction with this P-51 and I haven't even flown it yet. Why? Because no one else in my area has one! Its unique, cutting edge and other than buying the file...I made it.

I just wish I had half the CAD talent of Stepan so I could design more of my own stuff.


placed my order for the mustang! going to print it in clear PLA. cannot wait to get it started!

Well, I printed the very first piece last night, I didn't want to print the entire right wing without doing a test print first so I picked the smallest wing section and followed the video instruction exactly. I don't have a .40 nozzle but I did set my extrusion width to .42 (from the usual .40) and the wing came out just about perfect except one tiny bump in the skin that is hardly noticeable. I measured the skin thickness and it varies from .42 down to .37 in some spots so I am going to do a thin wall calibration later today to make sure everything is calibrated correctly. The clear (natural) PLA looks amazing, I cannot wait until it is finished, I bet lights inside this would look awesome! Will get some pics up when I get time.


3DLabPrint, your Mustang was the star of the show at our local makergroup meeting! It blew people away that something like that was even possible! I got all of my electronics in yesterday, hoping to maiden it this weekend. I also designed a wall hanger for it! I will upload the files if anyone is interested.