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(1:700) (x4) Kayaba Ku-3 3d printed

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(1:700) (x4) Kayaba Ku-3  3d printed
(1:700) (x4) Kayaba Ku-3  3d printed

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(1:700) (x4) Kayaba Ku-3

3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases incredibly fine and intricate details.

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Product Description
The Kayaba Ku-3 was a glider built in Japan in 1941 to investigate the possibilities of tailless aircraft. Building on the success of the Ku-2 design of the previous year, the Ku-3 was a substantially larger aircraft with several novel features. The small vertical fins of the Ku-2 were abandoned, leaving the Ku-3 with no vertical control surfaces. The wing was a cranked delta design, with three pairs of control surfaces on the trailing edge. The outer, less-swept wing sections had a greater dihedral than the inner sections.

The prototype crashed after 67 flights, when the test pilot was unable to recover from a spin.
What's in the box:
Kayaba Ku-3 1/700
2.29 x 2.67 x 0.38 cm
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0.9 x 1.05 x 0.15 inches
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Mature audiences only.


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