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Free test part for EL-39 electric jet.

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3D model description

HEre's a test piece of the fuselage of the EL-39 electric jet. It's a big plane, so it needs a big printer to print. I use a 305x305 area JGAurora A5 to print mine.

Here's the full plane:

3D printing settings

I printed mine with 3 bottom layers and six top layers. Some printers need an extra top layer to print wel land some can do with fewer. 0,4 mm single extrusion perimeter and 0% infill. No support should be used.

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Hello, I am thinking of building this model to put a class 500 gas turbine. I must modify the EDF outlet duct to house the hot gas outlet pipe (double-walled pipe) and make space for one or two fuel tanks. (Total capacity 2.5 liters of kerosene). Is it possible for you to help me with the modifications? because I have very little experience with 3d Cad

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