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1/30 Scale A330-300 RC Model (2006mm Wingspan)

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This 1/30th scale A330-300 was designed with scale appearance in mind, and utilizes custom retracts designed to enable the odd angles needed for the main and nose gear. Spaces throughout the airframe have provisions to allow the installation of 5mm LEDs for navigation lights with minimal drilling or cutting.

Although the plane was designed for 6S 70mm EDFs, a 4S power system will be sufficient and can allow for a lighter flying plane.

Wingspan: 2006mm(79 in)
Length: 2122mm(83.5 in)
Wing Area:40.18 dm2(623 in2)

Free assembly manual can be downloaded from my profile, via the free A330 tail section.
https://cults3d.com/en/3d-model/game/1-30-scale-a330-300-tail-section-rc-edf

Thread on RCGroups, also has the assembly manual PDF download:
https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?3359037-1-30-Scale-A330-300-%282006mm-Wingspan%29

Original Design/Build Thread:
https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?3117172-1-30-Scale-Airbus-A330-300-%283D-Printed%29

Maiden Flight Video:
https://youtu.be/i94KQ5vHzAE

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Refer to PDF manual included in the download, or from the provided links (free downloads).

  • 3D model format: ZIP

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Ok, let me know if any more issues, and if iges files would help

Slic3r 1.3.0 64bit.... downloaded slic3r.org .... Cura 4.2.0 seem to be ok with them all

Which version of Slic3r are you using? everything worked in slic3r Prusa edition. Does Cura have some auto-repair feature?

also having issues with alot of the file in Wing ... Aleron2 and 3 and winglets

seems theres an issue with Tail-1.STL keeps crashing Cura/Slic3r, Repetier says object is not manifold.

Hi my name is Michael from 3dprintedhobbies.com and we are looking for sellers of quality 3d printed projects to join our vendor list
Regards michael

So since you are doubling in volume, you need to multiply by 8, as you are scaling in all 3 directions (2x2x2). Comes out to a 30.4kg. You might need to print a piece in 100% and another in 200% to see if it really is a 8x increase.

this is the EDF im looking at is a 1676-edf-ducted-fan-jp-hobby-105mm-12s-motor-875kv
though you have a point, about weight, i could "estimate" double size = double weight .....the weight here in the specs on this, is 3800, so calculating 7600... these are rated at 6.5 kg .. so 2 x = 13ish kg in thrust .... just so i can ball park this, id have to order them and its 14 days delivery. so im guesstimating right now.

I'd say begin with printing the airframe and seeing what your weight comes out to be. most EDF setups give estimated thrust numbers, so you can get the weight of the plane with batteries, electronics, etc. and just make sure you have a thrust to weight ratio at least 0.5

okay negate that last comment i found 2 105mm EDFs / 12S, and 2 ESCs, and 2 12S 10,000 batteries ? That should be enough to push this unit at 4M wing span, I noticed in the build document you mention EDF housing STLs, I might have to get a design for the 105mm EDFs done. I can get the specs on them.

all I can source locally is a 90mm EDFs you think 2 would push this thing at 200% ?? 4 Meter wing span ??

Sounds good too, then its just about adjusting the carbon wing spar to the proper size., and cutting a hold in the nose, and adding a camera pod.

Another option is to scale at 150% of original, and utilize a 0.6mm nozzle. This should still fit on the 400x400x450 bed without any slicing. Total size would be 3 meter wingspan, and the nacelles could fit 105mm EDFs.

Yes, it would put it at about 4M+ quite a large plane, but more Ive got a bed size of 400x400x450 i can utilize, looking at the previous message I would probably have to slice it up some "Largest fuselage sections has a volume of [209.71x201.88x158.80] and [223.74x204.95x161.8]. largest wing section is [64.66x249.29x180.02] and i rotated it 45 degrees on the build plate to go diagonally. second largest wing section is [59.18x184.24x223.96] and i also had it diagonal on the bed for printing."

So are you saying doubling the size, but printing with a 0.8mm nozzle? Absolutely, if you have a printer big enough to support it.

can this maybe be upscaled 100% and printed at 0.8, with larger EDFs and a fromt camera package ?

Largest fuselage sections has a volume of [209.71x201.88x158.80] and [223.74x204.95x161.8]. largest wing section is [64.66x249.29x180.02] and i rotated it 45 degrees on the build plate to go diagonally. second largest wing section is [59.18x184.24x223.96] and i also had it diagonal on the bed for printing.

Perfect, the tarantula i3 has a print size of : 180x250x180
do you have each part by separatly, maybe i can change the position to fit in my printer. Maybe i have to decrease the % but i think it will work.

What size is the print volume on the i3 tarantula? These parts were made to fit on the Prusa Mk2S, with 210x250x200 volume. I'll measure themand get back today.

Hi, congrat for the job, i want to buy it but before i want to ask you the printign size you need for the biggest piece, i have a tarantula i3 and i want to check that before.
In the other hand, what is the printing time you get to finish all the pieces?

thanks

Total weight of the printed airframe without any electronics or hardware is about 3400g. With a 6S powerplant and 2x 3700mAH LIPOs the AUW was 6kg.This airframe will be fine with a 4S power system, so there can be weight savings with smaller batteries.

Thank you for replying,by the way, how much does the original size weights?

For a 50mm EDF, you can scale down to 75%. I would suggest using a 0.3mm nozzle as well, and test printing a horizontal stabilizer with the servo hatch.
For a 30mm EDF, you can scale down to 50%. You may need to enable "Detect Thin walls", and it is recommended to use a 0.25mm nozzle. Many parts might still be able to be printed with a 0.4mm nozzle with "Detect Thin Walls" enabled.

Hey there,how much rate should I take in order to smaller the size for a 50mm EDF and a 30mm EDF?


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