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Speedy Red Midi Wing

by wersy Oct 6, 2017
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I Great Designs!! Thanks a lot for sharing them with us

Do you have how to assemble the speed red....It help for us….tks..

It is very easy to assemble.
After you printed all parts you will see by yourself.
If you still then have problems, just ask.

the problem is not the assemble .
the motor is, how do it fit with the fuselaje?? out side dont match and in side to.
how do I put the motor?? help me in that please…..

This motor is not suitable unless you remove the shaft and reinstall it turned.
I have recommended Propdrive 28-36 1000KV. It is much stronger than it has to be but the weaker motors are not available at the moment.

Im using the 28-36, but it don fit in the fuselaje Wall...sorry I dont understand how to fit………………..do you have a photo
how do you do that………...

You can't use this motor that way.
As I already told you, you must open the motor and turn the shaft as shown in my pictures.
Otherwise you have to buy another motor.

Your 28-36 is not the Propdrive 28-36 1000!


No matter, you are welcome.

It is what I called aerodynamic center: 35 mm

Hello Wersy,

Great Designs!! Thanks a lot for sharing them with us.

My query: Do i require the carbon spars/tubes for this make?

Thanks in advance. :)

The big advantage of carbon tubes is that the wing parts do not have to be glued. This makes them easy to replace. In addition, the parts are aligned exactly.
For gluing you need at least short connectors.

Hello Wersy,

Thank you for the reply and a bigger Thanks for resolving my query.

Hello Wersy,

Right now I am printing your creation. I am looking for a alternative for the NTM Prop Drive 28-36 1000KV. My local rc store recommend me this: D-Power AL 35-12 brushless Aussenläufer

Strombereich [Ampere] 12 - 32
Spitzenstrom max. [Ampere] 38
Leerlaufstrom [Ampere] 1.8
Drehzahl pro Volt [U/min/V] 1270
Abmessungen ø x Länge [mm] 35x37
Gewicht mit Kabel [Gramm] 95
Motorwelle ø x Länge [mm] 4

Do you think this is a good alternative ?

Best Regards,
Jorrit Okkerman

Hi Jorrit,

Outer diameter 35 mm is to big. It can bee at most 28 mm.


Thank you for your comment and fast reaction!

hello i dont understand from the elevon files. An elevon have control horn but for the other side of wing no elevon files ??? Normal, missing ?


You need to glued the three elevon parts together.
The elevon joint is to put inside the open ends of elevon 167 and 170 to connect them.
Make the same for the other side.

Hi wersy and tks for u quick answer. I understand now the connect of ur system but for the control of elevon i make a symetrical or mirror conversion ? Because on ur files there is one elevon with control Horn. Tks

Yes, you have to mirrow the parts.

Hi, eine Frage bevor ich Meterweise Material vernichte: Das vordere Rumpfteil druckt man auf dem Motorspant? Und braucht man Supports für die Rumpföffnung?

Super Modell freu mich schon drauf

Hallo Konrad,

Eines vorweg: Alle Teile, die ich veröffentlicht habe, inzwischen über 450, werden ohne Support gedruckt :-)
Die Brücken, die bei den Öffnungen entstehen, sind kein Problem.
Alle Teile sollen so gedruckt werden, wie die STLs exportiert wurden (zumindest bei diesem Modell)
Den Rumpf kannst du auch mit 0,2 mm Layerhöhe drucken, dann wird er glatter und die Hohlkehle für die Flügelnase ist feiner abgestuft.
Dann aber für den Motorspant mehr Bodenlayer geben, damit er massiv wird.
Wichtig: Die Verbindung vom Motorspant zu den Stegen der Hülle möglichst heiß drucken, damit die Stege gut verbunden werden.

Viel Spaß

Hi, I want to get a analysis of this plane, but I can not find the airfoil AR2010-S80 at UIUC, where can I get it.Thanks!

Sorry for the typo and thank for the hint. It should be AR2610-S80

Another great flying plank wing sir.
Glad that you finally released it.