This is my first RC3DPrint.com print, but I've done plenty of others and have a well tuned set of cura profiles for my ender and cr-10. I've downloaded the Piagio and the 337 to do some test prints on parts. I'm really interested in a couple things with your designs compared to others which I thought was really clever, but wondered if they could be optimised?
Fuselage - The print is double walled, which makes it strong, I thought using 3% infill was a clever strategy as it saves you from creating the structure. Was wondering if there was a way to design the fuse so that it was single wall, but we can keep the cubic fill pattern for strength, that would save a lot of weight.
Wing/Stab etc - Again with these structures I've left the 3% infil as per the pilatus PDF instructions, is that your intention? It's an ingenious idea once again, just wondering if there's a way we can lighten those structures as well?
Thanks, and can I compliment you on making the experimental designs $1 for community feedback, that's very clever, and more than happy to contribute a little to getting unique designs like this off the ground - pun intended.
Whilst I'm here, I've always wanted to build a LongEZ, they are very unique high performance design that would complement your growing stable of unusual aircraft which I would encourage you to pursue.