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FT Spitfire 3D print files.

Brian B

Well-known member
#1
Anyone interested in a STL file for the FT Spitfire cowl, canopy, and turtleback? Can I share those files directly on this forum, on only direct to members? 0.047" thick, it adds weight over the cardboard paper, but fairs in nicely, and can be popped on/off for access.
 

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boogieloo

Active member
#4
Do they give out free plans for the Spitfire? I know I'll have to cut it. I saw a video done on it. They connect the dotted lines then trace the hard lines. But this takes awhile. I would assume more than 1 day getting things straighten out first, then cutting or drawing.
 
#5
Do they give out free plans for the Spitfire? I know I'll have to cut it. I saw a video done on it. They connect the dotted lines then trace the hard lines. But this takes awhile. I would assume more than 1 day getting things straighten out first, then cutting or drawing.
Yes. Anytime you are looking for plans, you should check out Sponz’ index of plans: https://forum.flitetest.com/index.php?threads/sp0nz-plans-index.17136/

Here is the FT Spitfire: https://forum.flitetest.com/index.php?resources/ft-spitfire.55/

Here is the FT Master Series Spitfire (not recommended for novice builders): https://forum.flitetest.com/index.php?resources/ft-spitfire-master-series.122/
 

jpot1

Elite member
#6
Anyone interested in a STL file for the FT Spitfire cowl, canopy, and turtleback? Can I share those files directly on this forum, on only direct to members? 0.047" thick, it adds weight over the cardboard paper, but fairs in nicely, and can be popped on/off for access.
Can you share these please?
 

Flyingshark

Master member
#8
Will these do? They stand up side my side in our makerbot. I could not attach a file with the STL extension, so you'll need to rename these TXT files as STLs.
I couldn't open either file after downloading and renaming them back to .STL. Cura seemed to think it was corrupted. You might be able to compress the STLs into a .ZIP, and attach that...
 

Brian B

Well-known member
#9
I'll try. Not familiar with Cura. Is that a slicing program? Any other export 3D filetype? Not familiar with uploading anything other that PDFs and Jpegs to forum.