Fully 3D printed model aircraft flies with success

3D printing is getting more and more affordable for small and medium-sized companies as well as individuals. ReSource International (RSI) is using 3D printers to support its own services and operation. Whether laboratory accessories or camera mounts for drones, the 3D printers offer new approaches to design and innovation in engineering. The most recent example is a completely 3D printed airframe based on the drawings from 3DLabPrint. The airframe is a replica of the legendary Spitfire Mk XVI. The airframe was fully printed and assembled at the offices of RSI and successfully flown at a nearby field. This is a new step for RSI’s in-house drone development and production for commercial use.

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