4th December, 2021
Rather than sit on the shelf waiting for me to carry on transition testing it has been released to the community. Have fun!
rc3Dmarket is open!
31st October 2021
We are excited to announce the launch of rc3Dmarket, our own online marketplace similar to Cults3D or Thingiverse (with lower commissions 😁). We want it to become THE place for 3D printable planes and models.
We need designers of great 3D printed planes to upload their models and grow the community!
NASA ER-2 or the "Dragon Lady" is in store
1 September 2021
The 2m wing span ER-2 made it in to the store, featuring a 90mm EDF and optional retractable undercarriage. Check it out here.
Quickie is In Store!
The Quickie blog build project is now in store. Check out the blog series with screencasts to see how to design your own. Or alternatively download ours!
The Porter now comes with optional fowler flaps
8th September, 2020
The Porter now has optional fowler flaps included. You can build either wing (or both) to suit your mood. The Assembly manual has been updated. The main difference is the addition of an 8mm carbon spar.
3D Printed RC Planes
Download and print one of our iconic aircraft
Simply choose one of our carefully designed and tested Radio Controlled planes and download the STL files.
Print the plane on your own 3D printer, install your own RC parts and go fly!
Crashed your plane? No problem, the digital files
are yours to use again and again!
Don't have a 3D printer yet? Check out this page.
Designed to be Printed at Home
Our planes are designed with 3D printing and assembly in mind.
Lightweight and Strong
3D printing allows us to make use of infill patterns to build strong lightweight airframes. For the most part we try to avoid exotic materials like carbon tubing to bring you a true 3D Printed aircraft.
Disaster No More
Crashing is part a part of model aviation, unlike expensive models, once purchased our models can be printed time and time again.