3D printed remote control plane: A learning experience

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I backed the Powerup 4.0 on Kickstarter: a phone remote controlled kit for paper aeroplanes. Can I design and 3D print a lightweight ad functional body to fly it with? Yes and no.

After the disappointment of Powerup 3.0 Dart, I’m pleased with this purchase. I had a great time flying it with my kids. It works quite well with paper and foam.

With 3D prints parts, not so much. Hopefully using variables to drive CAD models and printing single layer folding geometry might be something to help your future projects.

This product was purchased with my own money. All opinions expressed are my own.

Powerup 4.0 Kickstarter (featured in this video, recommended): https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/393053146/powerup-40-smartphone-controlled-paper-airplane/description

Powerup 3 Dart kickstarter (not the version featured in this video, not recommended): https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/393053146/powerup-dart-app-controlled-paper-airplane-with-tr/description

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