I found that you can increase all the models by 4% and it fits perfectly on sch40 PVC piping from the hardware store. I also don’t have as large a print bed as Armatus has access to so I sliced some of the models so I could print them on my printer. I also included some reinforcement parts for each wing. I used a lot of superglue in addition to the screws to hold this all in place. Possibly the bottom handle could use a screw on the 2nd part. This was the only part that did not have a screw after I sliced them. The snug fit on the PVC in additions to a lot of superglue has held up to date though.
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