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Very impressive project and instructions. Having started in R/C airplanes in the balsa and plywood days, and having started in 3D printing with a crude Printrbot, also plywood... I completely get how challenging a project this is. Thank you for outlining how you figured out the best parameters to make a strong and light structure. https://aerofred.com/ has a great collection of old plans, and also some inspiring 3D printed kits advertised as well. Most of us can't justify dropping 145€ for a kit, but I'll definitely give your design a shot.
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