Pt-17 Stearman 48" Biplane 3D Printed Rc Plane 3Dlabprint Radio Controlled Airplane Kit Flying Toy
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PT-17 Stearman 48" Biplane 3D Printed RC Plane 3dLabPrint Radio Controlled Airplane Kit Being the first truly scale 3D printed bi-plane ever, the 3DLabPrint Stearman, despite its higher all-up-weight, is a stable, slow stall speed relax / fun flying aircraft capable of all basic aerobatic maneuvers & with plenty of beautiful scale details. Featuring rotary engine, seats & instrument panels, landing gear with working 3D printed suspension & "rubber" tires, this plane is simply going to amaze everyone in the field. 5 channel controls include motor, elevator, rudder & both ailerons. The Stearman (Boeing) is a biplane used as a military trainer aircraft, of which at least 10,626 were built in the United States during the 1930s & 1940s. Stearman Aircraft became a subsidiary of Boeing in 1934. Widely known as the Stearman, Boeing Stearman or Kaydet, it served as a primary trainer for the United States Army Air Forces, the United States Navy, & with the Royal Canadian Air Force as the Kaydet throughout World War II. After the conflict was over, thousands of surplus aircraft were sold on the civilian market. in the immediate postwar years they became popular as crop dusters, sports planes, & for aerobatic & wing walking use in air shows. The Kaydet was a conventional biplane of rugged construction with large, fixed tailwheel undercarriage, & accommodation for the student & instructor in open cockpits in tandem. Length: 946 mm / 37,2 inch Wingspan: 1217 mm / 47.9 inch Height: 356 mm / 14.0 inch Wing area: 44 dm2 / 4,7 sq foot Wing loading: 56 g/dm2 / 18.14 oz at sq foot Center of gravity: 0 mm (0 in) at leading edge of bottom wing Airfoil: Stearman Print weight: 1500 g / 52.9 oz Empty weight (w/o battery): 2120 g / 74.9 oz Takeoff weight (3s 3000 lipo): 2420 g / 85,3 oz Max takeoff weight: 2800 g / 98.7 oz Never exceed speed, VNE: 100 km/h / 62.14 mph Design maneuvering speed, VA: 70 km/h / 43.49 mph Stall speed, VS: 24 km/h / 14.9 mph Powerplant Propeller: APC 11x5,5 Motor: Turnigy 3542/5 1000-1250KV or similar ESC: 40A Electronic Speed Controller or similar 40Amps Battery: Li-Pol 3000mAh/3s/4s (11.1V), 300g/8.39oz, 25C Performance measurement Max speed VH (level flight): 105 km/h – 56.7kn – 65.2mph with APC 11x6 Rate of climb: 20 m/s (5 373 ft/min) with APC 11x6 Flight time (3s 3000mAh/full): 7:40 with APC 11x5,5 5:50 with APC 11x6 Electronics & hardware not included. Specific hardware is recommended in the instruction manual Spare Parts: If you happen to have a rough landing or get some hangar rash, simply contact me & I can sell you spare parts to repair your airplane with. Other materials required are: Screwdriver Soldering Iron (or something hot to cut the plastic with) 3-4x servos (9g servos work fine) Brushless DC motor/ESC (examples can be found in the userguide) RC Transmitter/reciever Battery (check userguide) CA Glue/Accelerator Hobby kife CA Hinges Pushrods of sufficient length Screw hardware for model Includes: All printed parts for

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