3d printed 4-bladed prop & hub exclusively for use with our the following DIY soda can airplane plans: All F4U Corsairs, all P-47 Thunderbolts and the B-29 Superfortress. Printed from standard Overture PLA Filament in our workshop. 3d printed 4-bladed prop & hub is 10.5 cm from blade tip to blade tip. Propellers MUST be used with the plans specified or they may NOT WORK. Parts are matte white and ready to paint with most acrylic paints. This is a great piece to customize your Soda Can aircraft model World War 2 aircraft soda can models.
Custom 3D printed accessories such as the 3d printed 4-bladed prop & hub, can enhance your soda can models. They will make your soda can airplanes pop and take them to a whole new level. We print on order, size to our plans, and ship in a first class bubble envelope once printed via USPS. PLEASE NOTE all plans files will be delivered INSTANTLY via DIGITAL DELIVERY PDF file. You can review the plans and watch our YouTube tutorial videos while you wait for the part to be delivered!
Why Custom Printed 3D parts such as 3d printed 4-bladed prop & hub?
In short, some models require hard to make nose cones, propellers, spinners and even bridge pieces. And in our experience, 3D printed parts can enhance your soda can airplanes and make building easier. While there is nothing wrong with building your own parts, this is simply a new option. If you are new to the art or are looking to produce more realistic models, then these parts might be for you. It is a viable option due to the accessibility of 3D printers.
3D printed nose cones, propellers & spinners, and other parts such as the 3d printed 4-bladed prop & hub, will be sized to the templates used to build the model and included in our plans file. You may require a PDF editor to size template parts if your printer prints slightly smaller. Using an editor such as Foxit PDF Editor or Ashampoo PDF Pro 2 should make the process relatively simple! If you run into issues with sizing, just reach out to one of our sales staff at firstname.lastname@example.org and they will be happy to help!