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Re: SWS new release at nationals 3d printed
HOW MUCH WILL THE 50% 737 BE? and does it fly?? there is no limit to the size of a 3D PRINTER, so no limit to the size of parts produced, i believe Formula 1 racing uses many 3 d parts in the cars! that is not the first shape shifting undercarriage by any means, the SHORT STIRLING had a tall collapsable undercarriage to give a great enough angle of attack for it to fly with design restricted wing dimensions, the TSR2 did as well, in order for the "rough field" undercarriage to fit in the fuselage! at least one naval a/c did as well but brain is still asleep today!
SWS Volks had 3d printed examples of their next releases and they were amazing. I didnít think you could print something that large. Check out their Facebook page to see them.
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