07.2.17 at 16:04 #10147
Welcome, this forum is intended to gather knowledge with our models. If you are enthusiastic and want to share it with others, or just necessarily need a Help, do not hesitate to place new topic, or enter your question into the existing one.28.4.17 at 15:46 #14276
I would very much like to see such models as Il2 ground attack aircraft 1941 1943 yak3, la5, la7,08.6.17 at 20:24 #15969
I would like to know if the wings on your models can be programed to allow for one or two 1/4 inch spars ether a carbon rod or a wooden dowel , I find that the wings crack were they are put together when a impact of any sort is applied to them . Thank you.08.6.17 at 20:24 #15970
I would like to know if the wings on your models can be programed to allow for one or two 1/4 inch spars ether a carbon rod or a wooden dowel , I find that the wings crack were they are put together when a impact of any sort is applied to them . Thank you.10.6.17 at 17:05 #16033
My name is Guy I am also known as Guybo, I am 54 years old and I live In northern Utah, USA:-)
I have been building and flying R.C. Model airplanes sense 1990 and have been interested in Aviation in general and R.C. Model aircraft sense I was a child. I served for 20+ years in the U.S. Air Force as a Jet Engine and Aircraft Mechanic. Now I test Small Gas Turbine Engines and Air Turbine Starters after they are overhauled to make sure that they all work correctly before they at shipped out to our customers. I have had flight training working towards a Pilots License.
I first was introduced to Additive Manufacturing (3D printing) a few years ago and I new that it was only a matter of time until it would be applied to the Radio Controlled Hobby. I got my first look at a 3DLabsPrint P-38 last year on a FlightTest video and I knew that it is time to buy a 3D printer of my own:-) Now I believe that in the next 5 to 10 years that if a Hobby Shop dose not have at least one 3D printer running in the back room then they will most likely be headed for going out of business land.
I love old warbirds and especially the unusual old warbirds. Like the Heinkel HE-162 Salamander. Or the USAF F-82 Twin Mustang.
I was wondering if there was any chance that you guys were going to be making the HE-162 Salamander or the F-82 Twin Mustang available?
Also I would like to see you make these airplanes available,
The Bell P-39 AiroCobra or P-63 KingCobra.
The North American F-86 Saber Jet to go with your Mig-15.
I think that these airplanes would make for great additions to your line-up of great printable RC Model airplanes:-)
Thank you for your attention and interest:-)
09.10.17 at 15:41 #20726
- This reply was modified 2 years, 3 months ago by Guy Hurst.
Cirrus sr22 please01.12.17 at 20:38 #22725
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I was wondering if there is a fokker dr-1 on the works that would be awesome but so far what I have gotten and printed went together well and works well thanks for a great plane12.1.18 at 01:01 #26174
I don’t know if I am in the right place but I would like to know how to print the decals for the planes. I tried to print Dusty decal and on my printer it comes out way too small. I have a regular printer and it put the hole thing on one page.12.1.18 at 09:12 #26179
do not fit to page in your acrobat printer dialog, use tile or original size …
For Dusty you can easy print face but for lines and signs use cutting plotter or handy cut from black vinyl foil.12.1.18 at 17:12 #26201
Is there a program that helps you tile things? I am new to that so I need help on how to tile21.1.18 at 02:48 #26574
Would you ever consider giant scale planes? Are they even possible? Something like a J-3, Taylorcraft, or Piper Vagabond would be cool. I would buy one immediately.10.2.18 at 20:51 #27418
any more sales coming up soon?
18.2.18 at 14:57 #27764
- This reply was modified 1 year, 7 months ago by kodak.
Hello, trying to buy from you but when I go to Paypal page it wants me to create a paypal account, never. I have tried e-mail, and will again, but you don’t reply. Is there any way to phone you or a way to pay where I don’t have to create apaypal account ?19.2.18 at 01:21 #27794
If you are willing to use a credit card, just go thru PayPal and purchase as a guest. The issue with that is you probably wont have backing from PayPal is something were to go wrong with your purchase.
Hope that helps
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