4x ZERO-PolyLight-Value Pack

4x ZERO-PolyLight-Value Pack

Download Files + PolyLight 1.0 PLA LW 1kg spool (4x print weight)

LW Planes Series – Wingspan 1000mm / 40in

FLIGHT VIDEO

A6M2 Zero is the next of new LW Planes
series designed for easy and cheap flying. The build is simple even for a beginner. It’s very low weight, easy assembly and fantastic flight characteristics makes this model an ideal plane for beginner RC pilots.

4 channel controls: motor, elevator and 2x ailerons.

Included:

  • Universal STL files (3mf)
  • PolyLight 1.0 LW PLA 1kg Spool
  • Prepared basic Gcodes for your 3d printer
  • PrusaSlicer and Simplify3D setting files
  • Scale markings PDF
  • PDF/VIDEO userguide for further information

Please see the userguide for more details about shopping list

In stock (can be backordered)

$60.00

Product Description

Value Pack – Download Files + PolyLight 1.0 PLA LW 1kg spool (4x print weight)

Future of flying – Print your own plane

Fully 3D printable RC model of the Japanese attack plane, specially designed to meet ACES and EPA aircombat requirements, but also as a cheap and easy to build RC model for everyday flying. Many scale details such as armament or airframe plating encourages to create realistic paint jobs. This plane has been designed for printing from PolyLight 1.0 LW-PLA active foaming filament, that allow even the small printed planes to be as light as any other RC plane building technique. Get ready for battle with this great performing flying legend!

You’ll get a highly detailed scale WWII fighter. Low wing loading, very low stall speed allows easy landing, scale performance and long flight times.

A6M2 Zero is the next of new LW Planes
series designed for easy and cheap flying. The build is simple even for a beginner. It’s very low weight, easy assembly and fantastic flight characteristics makes this model an ideal plane for beginner RC pilots.

Very suitable for dads and kids. Children will learn some modern building skills and technology and most of all have fun. This is the reason, why every dad should have a 3D printer at home.

This model has been completely designed with the new PolyLight LW-PLA material in mind.

Parts printed from this LW-PLA are light, easily sanded and glued together. This model requires only about 220 g of this material, that means it’s a very cheap build. In case of accident, parts can be easily reprinted with just a filament cost.

We’ve been testing this material for half a year before this plane was released… The material is using an active foaming technology to achieve lightweight, low density PLA parts. At around 230°C this material will start foaming, increasing its volume by nearly 3 times.

Both the wing and fuselage features extensive hitech 3d structural reinforcement, making the model very rigid, yet maintaining lightweight airframe and exact airfoil, even it is made only from plastic. This perfect and exact 3d structure is possible thanks to additive 3dprinting technology only.

Easy to assemble, without need of any extra tool or hardware. Just glue printed parts together. The rest of the assembly is very easy. Simply add brushless motor, ESC, servos and radio system. Don´t worry, a detailed step by step PDF/VIDEO is included.

Create account and download:

You’ll receive a link for all files to your email inbox and after checkout, the download button appears (in most cases immediately). Or login to your account and download directly from our website anytime.

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Prepared Gcodes for your printer:

You can directly use our prepared gcodes, if your printer is Prusa i3 compatible. Simply save to an SD card and let the 3d printer do it’s job.

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Flight Video:

 

Final setting:

 

!!!And check our Printing Guide/FAQ section (thin wall printing)

 Basic requirements:

3D Printer, nozzle 0.4mm diameter, min. build volume 195/195/195mm

PolyLight 1.0 LW-PLA filament (230g)

PrusaSlicer 2.4.0 +

How it works

Download - Print - Assembly - Fly
  • 1
    Creating process of digital modelling

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

  • 2
    Printing and testing

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

  • 3
    Distribution

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