Supermarine Spitfire Mk IX
This is the Big Spitfire! Cutting edge project, featuring a lot of improvements thanks to our huge effort and vast experience. So far (by 8/2017) this is the best one!
Now with optional “clipped” wing modification.
The first fully printable airplane with suitable files prepared for your 3Dprinter. Flight characteristics are comparable or even superior to classic build model airplanes.
Simply download and print it anytime you need only for $36 (filament cost). This is not a dream, now you can print this HI-TECH …. at home, print spare parts, and so on…
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.
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.
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.
For further options take a look at the PDF/VIDEO userguide
Find active links for all equipment and much more in our PDF/VIDEO userguide :
!!!And check our Printing Guide/FAQ section (thin wall printing)
3D Printer, nozzle 0.4mm diameter, min. build volume 195/195/150mm
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