Wingspan 1070mm 42.1in
!Only for early adopters! NEW totally redesigned ALPHA version (Gcode and 3mf for PS) suitable for PolyLight LW PLA (user guide in progress so you can use Zero PDF/VIDEO user guide in the meantime).
The first 3D printable floatplane ever is derived from a Japanese navy submarine-launched attack warbird. This plane can be launched from water or snow surface, or as a belly lander without floats (Nanzan) is one of the best flying 1/12 scale 3DLabPrint warbirds to date.
5 channel controls include motor, elevator, rudder and both ailerons.
Future of flying – Print your own plane
1:12 semiscale R/C – Aichi M6A Seiran a submarine-launched attack floatplane designed for the Imperial Japanese Navy + Nanzan attack plane.
The first fully printable airplane with suitable files prepared for your 3Dprinter. Flight characteristics are comparable or even better than classic build model airplanes.
Simply download and print it anytime you need only for $15 (filament cost). This is not a dream, now you can print this HI-TECH …. at home, print spare parts, and so on…
The wing and fuselage both feature extensive hitech 3d structural reinforcement, which makes the model very rigid while still maintaining lightweight airframe and exact airfoil, even when it is made only from plastic. This perfect and exact 3d structure is possible only due to additive 3dprinting technology.
Easy to assemble, you do not need any extra tool or hardware. You only need to 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.
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Extensive hi-tech 3d structural reinforcement resulting in solid yet lightweight airframe thanks to additive 3Dprinting technology
Each plane has been thoroughly tested to find ideal shape and best possible inner structure
Choose your aircraft, download 3d files and print as many you need. Using your desktop 3Dprinter