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how do you download the plans

SP0NZ

FT CAD Gremlin
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#2
i have a spectator membership its written downloadable plans so how do I download them
Login to the FTCA web site (https://ftca.flitetest.com/) with your account credentials, then click on the link for plans. You should have also received a welcome letter with a link to download 1 set of plans. The rest can be purchased through the FTCA web site link above.
 

luvmy40

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#11
I don't get it either.

I have to admit, I was a bit miffed, at first when I could not edit the Flerken plans I purchased to process G Code for the needle cutter. That was before I knew about the knock off speed build kits getting marketed as genuine FT SB Kits.

It just forced me to learn how to use Inkscape.
 
#12
I don't get it either.

I have to admit, I was a bit miffed, at first when I could not edit the Flerken plans I purchased to process G Code for the needle cutter. That was before I knew about the knock off speed build kits getting marketed as genuine FT SB Kits.

It just forced me to learn how to use Inkscape.
This is how I see it. The raster plans are just teaching me how to design dtfb airplanes.
 

SP0NZ

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#14
see 6 usd less for you americans but convert it too inr and then try explaining your dad to but it , I'm 13 lmao
My point is, it's about the cheapest part of the hobby to buy the plans. Do you get all your other gear for free (transmitter, receivers, batteries, servos, motors, ESC's, etc)?
 

JasonK

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#15
see 6 usd less for you americans but convert it too inr and then try explaining your dad to but it , I'm 13 lmao
if that is to much, then I would suggest looking at all of the planes FT has released for free:
https://forum.flitetest.com/index.php?threads/sp0nz-plans-index.17136/

or the FT community:
https://forum.flitetest.com/index.php?resources/

if you want something free and similar in size/profile/etc to the nano-flerkin you could build the 75% FT goblin (I have one of these, flies great):
https://forum.flitetest.com/index.php?threads/75-ft-goblin-strix-nano-goblin-sized.55104/
 
#17
My point is, it's about the cheapest part of the hobby to buy the plans. Do you get all your other gear for free (transmitter, receivers, batteries, servos, motors, ESC's, etc)?
no you see I bought all my gear 2 years ago for my bday my bday is in 2 months and I don't find it justifiable to buy plans for a plane which lets be real I will beat up like hell and it wont fly , but jasons idea is pretty good , thanks jason !
if that is to much, then I would suggest looking at all of the planes FT has released for free:
https://forum.flitetest.com/index.php?threads/sp0nz-plans-index.17136/

or the FT community:
https://forum.flitetest.com/index.php?resources/

if you want something free and similar in size/profile/etc to the nano-flerkin you could build the 75% FT goblin (I have one of these, flies great):
https://forum.flitetest.com/index.php?threads/75-ft-goblin-strix-nano-goblin-sized.55104/