This is a toy set inspired by the Airbus A318, but meant to be playable and not a perfect scale model. I’ve tried to make the doors work, and with a bit of sanding and work I hope you’ll be able to get the doors working.
Model is 50cm long (scale 1:62.9). Scale down the STL’s to 0,72 to get H0 (scale 1:87). However please note that I cannot guarantee that it works in that scale as it’s not designed for that. But if you print with a resin printer it should work fine.
I’ve changed the hinge mechanism for the uploaded version from mine, as I realized it’s better to put some kind of pin through the doors (like carbon fiber) so for the uploaded version, I’ve prepared the cargo doors and hull elements with 1mm holes for pins. (This does not apply to the cabin doors).
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