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737SS MIP

This page is split into three main sections:

Parts Guide

Print Guide

Build Guide

The ultimate printer I can recommend is the Bamboo Labs X1 carbon with AMS if you have deep pockets. ($1200). It's a massive leap forward in 3D printing, with excellent quality and impressive speeds. Its pretty much press print and go as the software and hardware do the calibration before each print. This printer will not manage the larger parts and you are going to need the  CREALITY CR10 v3, which is my second choice of printer.

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Following my move back to the UK and downsizing, I needed to create a new design for my 737 model. At present, I am in the process of developing a 737SS (Single Seat) model, which is still a work in progress. I am sharing the build guides with my Patreons so they can provide feedback as they build alongside me. My plan is to release the design to the public once it has been thoroughly tested and proven.

The 737SS design is meant to be entirely 3D printed, with optional upgrades available in the webshop to enhance its aesthetics, quality, and performance. The design is unique in that it provides a complete building solution from start to finish. The front panels are available in either 3D print or etched laser versions, and all the internal mechanisms and backlighting have been incorporated.

Please note that this design uses a single widescreen monitor for the upper MIP displays. While this means that a single HMDI/DP can be used for all three screens and the standby instruments, it also means that the dimensions may not be entirely accurate. I had to increase the size of the MIP screen frames to maximize the monitor usage, which was a compromise that my Patreons and I agreed on.

Finally, I want to clarify that the 737SS design is not compatible with other suppliers' components due to the precise dimensions and hole locations required.

General Information:

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Build Guide

Build Guide
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