Stratomaker needs a 3D model that can impress maker and entertain everyone. Why the airplane? Because it points upwards from the start to take flight.
It must be a ready-to-use model for exhibitions or videos where you don't have time to clean the object after printing!
So I chose to create a "print in place" model, with moving parts, to be printed without support. I made the model with overhangs at limit because the printer could show how it can print complex surfaces.
The print time is about one hours and half as it can also have a low filling as 10% or 15%.
At the end of the print the landing gear can be rotated forward, the wheels will free and the propeller will be free to rotate on the pin.
layer height 0.2 mm