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Funkey AS350 1/8-scale accessories.

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Accessories to finish the FunKey 600/50-size AS350 fuselage as a B3 with Dart landing gear.

Pitot01.STL - Pitot tube. Drill 2mm hole and insert a tube to finish.
Light01.STL - Anti collision light for vertical fin. Print clear.
Shield01.STL - Spacer for heat shield for tail shaft cover. Use soda can for shield.
Clamp01.STL - Clamps for landing gear steps. Print 4x.
Exhaust01.STL - B3 exhaust. Glue in place using the slot underneath and or insert a screw from below.
Step01.STL - Extensions for landing gear steps.
Floor01.zip - Vector files for the cockpit floor. I made mine from balsa wood.
Mirror01.STL - Large mirror for the outside mirror frame.
Cargo04.STL - Cargo swing frame, with necessary supports.
Cargo02.STL - Cargo hook upper part.
Cargo03.STL - Cargo hook lower part. Glue together with 02.
Bracket01.STL - Bracket for attaching cargo swing cables to the fuselage. Print four.
Console01.STL - Cockpit center console.
Instrument01.STL - Instrument panel. Also print the instrument photo in Instrument02.ZIP on paper and glue to the back. Scale the photo to 126.2 mm width.
Collective01.STL - Collective stick.
Sliding01.STL - Dummy sliding windows.
Cyclic02.STL - Cyclic stick part.
Cyclic01.STL - Cyclic stick part.
Pedals01.STL - Yaw pedals.
Seat01.STL - Unpadded bucket seat.
Seat02.STL - Padded bucket seat.
Cargo06.STL - Functional cargo hook.
Cargo07.STL - Cargo swing without support.

Hook video:
https://youtu.be/f51b9_MDU0I

The functional cargo hook uses two M2x10 screws with nuts to assemble the hook mechanics, one #0x1/8" screws for assembly of the cable to the latch and one #0x3/16" to assemble the hook to the swing. One #0x1/8 locks the PTFE tube on each end, in the servo mount and the hook. A 3 mm outside diameter PTFE tube goes from the servo mount inside to the cargo hook outside, and a thin steel cable runs inside to operate the lock. I used 0,6 mm cable left over from an ARF plane.


3D printing settings

Print in the orientation they open. I used no infill and no bottom layers for the exhaust.

3D printer file information

  • 3D design format: STL and ZIP Folder details Close
    • Bracket01.STL
    • Cargo02.STL
    • Cargo03.STL
    • Cargo04.STL
    • Cargo06.STL
    • Cargo07.STL
    • Clamp01.STL
    • Collective01.STL
    • Console01.STL
    • Cyclic01.STL
    • Cyclic02.STL
    • Exhaust01.STL
    • Floor01.zip
    • Instrument01.STL
    • Instrument02.zip
    • Light01.STL
    • Pedals01.STL
    • Pitot01.STL
    • Seat01.STL
    • Seat02.STL
    • Shield01.STL
    • Sliding01.STL
    • Step01.STL

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  • Last update: 2017/04/30 at 18:42
  • Publication date: 2016/12/11 at 15:43

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Norwegian inventor/designer/cat owner.

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