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September 3, 2015 AT 1:00 am

B787 Jet Engine with Thrust Reverser #3DPrinting

Punk Rocker shared on YouTube:

GE GEnx-1B 3D Printed B787 Jet Engine with Thrust Reverser

Printed in a Prusa i3 3D printer with ABS Plastic, 0.3mm nozzle 0.1mm layer height.

Specs.
– 100mm diameter 18 blades.
– 24 outlet guide vanes.
– 34mm diamenter 18 blades internal turbine for cooling the motor.
– Thrust reverser, complete system with translating cowl, blocker doors and cascades.
– NTM 1400kv 35mm motor

Full throttle run test with a 3S battery.
Thrust Reverser test at half throttle.

Build thread in RCgroups

Mayden flight soon…


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