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The development of a complex, airworthy RC flight model to express on any standard 3D printer is a very elaborate and extensive process. Therefore, we appeal to your fairness not to forward the STL data you have acquired to third parties. Our STL files are provided with indelible copyright watermarks that can be verified at any time.

 

Thank you for your understanding and have fun with your PLANEPRINT MODEL!

BASIC INFORMATION

Gluing the parts

connection pieces

This surfaces should be sanded

To glue the fuselage and wing parts well, use medium-liquid CA adhesive.

 

First check whether the parts go well together. Then apply a lot of CA glue to the part with the connections and all surfaces that will touch later (except the bowden tubes). Put the parts together and align the parts perfectly. If glue comes out, wipe with a cloth. Then spray activator spray on the glue points.

IMPORTANT: For a strong connection, the adhesive surfaces should be sanded. Please only use fresh CA glue and activator spray for curing! The adhesive connections must hold perfectly!

Installation of the TPU hinges

These spacers ensure the correct gap distance. Don´t remove!

First insert the hinge into the movable flap and add a drop of liquid CA adhesive into the gap. Wait for the glue to drain completely, then spray the activator on it.

Then put the flap in the wing until the flap touches the spacers and put a drop of CA glue on the hinge. Wait again for the glue to run in, and then spray the activator on it. Do not use too much glue, the flap must move easily!

 IMPORTANT  AGE RECOMMENDATION 14+

Not for children under 14 years. This is not a toy!

 

By using the download data, an RC model airplane, called „model“ for short, can be manufactured using a 3D printer. As a user of this model, only you are responsible for safe operation that does not endanger you or others, or that does not damage the model or property of others.

 

PLANEPRINT.com assumes no responsibility for damage to persons and property caused by pressure, transport or use of the product. Filaments, printing supplies, hardware or consumables that can not be used after faulty 3D printing will not be replaced by PLANEPRINT.com in any way.

 

When operating, always keep a safe distance from your model in all directions to avoid collisions and injuries.

 

This model is controlled by a radio signal. Radio signals can be disturbed from outside without being able to influence it. Interference can lead to a temporary loss of control.

 

Always operate your model on open terrains, far from cars, traffic and people.

 

Always follow the instructions and warnings for this product and any optional accessories (servos, receivers, motors, propellers, chargers, rechargeable batteries, etc.) carefully.

 

Keep all chemicals, small parts and electrical components out of the reach of children.

 

Avoid water contact with all components that are not specially designed and protected. Moisture damages the electronics.

 

Never take an item of the model or accessory in your mouth as this can lead to severe injuries or even death.

 

Never operate your model with low batteries in the transmitter or model.

 

Always keep the model in view and under control.

Use only fully charged batteries.

 

Always keep the transmitter switched on when the model is switched on.

 

Always remove the battery before disassembling the model.

 

Keep moving parts clean and dry at all times.

 

Always allow the parts to cool before touching them.

 

Always remove the battery after use.

 

Make sure that the Failsafe is properly set before the flight.

 

Never operate the model with damaged wiring.

 

Never touch moving parts.

We develop our models to the best of our knowledge and belief. We accept no liability for consequential damage and injuries caused by improper use. Please be careful when handling motors, batteries and propellers and only move your model with insurance and in approved places!

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