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    • C.U. Wave Cruiser
      The air is ours, and recently we conquered the land as well. Now our 3DLabGang member Ulf Raudberget came with a project to dominate another element, the water. Fully 3D printed speedboat with printed drivetrain and propellers, the C. U. Wave Cruiser.
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    • 1 week, 2 days ago

       Ulf Raudberget

    • Kaier Falcon
      Kaier Falcon is designed to be a high speed aircraft. The aerodynamic form and structure make it light and strong that a 2216 1100kv motor could power it up to 100km/h with maneuverability, not just gliding around.
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    • 3 weeks, 3 days ago

      minhzc minhzc

    • OSHKOSH-MATV
      Thanks to 3DLabPrint, you already have air superiority. Now it’s time to conquer the land. To achieve this goal, you need to provide mobility and protection to your troops. We're proudly presenting another 3DLabGANG project, the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected All Terrain Vehicle (also known as MATV) by Petr Čech.
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    • 1 month, 1 week ago

       eggwhite

    • SlingBlade
      Don Wright, creator of water rockets brings another interesting project, the 3D printable flying wing. Fast to print, easy to build and cheap to equip model is also handy to carry, gets you in the air whenever the weather allows.
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    • 3 days, 21 hours ago

       Donald Wright

    • Vought F2G Corsair conversion
      F2G-1 “Super” Corsair #88458, painted as Race 57 is one of the two still existing planes, designed as a special low-altitude version of a fighter equipped with a Pratt & Whitney R-4360 28-cylinder, four-row radial air-cooled engine. Now you can print your Corsair in this version thanks to Michael Morgan’s modification including the awesome red/white livery.
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    • 6 months, 3 weeks ago

       Michael Morgan

    • Water Rocket Launch System
      We‘re fascinated by all things that swim, crawl or fly – especially things that fly So let‘s take a short excursion into things that go straight up - the rockets! With no dangerous chemicals or combustion, water rockets are safe, and with supervision, can be a fun learning experience for the whole family. Kids will look at you as if you‘re Elon Musk!
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    • 1 month, 4 weeks ago

       Donald Wright

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