737 Throttle V3 new guide

Updated: Sep 22, 2020

Hi guys, many of you have asked for a guide on how to print the many parts. I must apologise for not including this straight away. Many people have purchased a 3d printer specifically to print this item and are following in my footsteps with the Ender 3 Pro. Good choice and I can highly recommend it! Just remember, if you want a good finish, slow and steady wins the race! Patience is the key. Please find the new guide attached below:

3d Printed Throttle non fusionv1
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If you have an issue with the build, please contact me. I will try to correct it ASAP, not only for you but others too. I must admit there are some components in this build that over a day to print! But there nothing I can do about that. I try to make the parts as small as possible to limit print time. But for the big casings, this is just not possible.

As we move onto the dual controls or even single controls such as the yoke, you can print at 20% infill. But if you want that hardcore, solid-feeling, I recommend 100% infill. It changes the dynamic to a solid weighty feeling. But for the throttles, this is not needed. Unless you have a part that fails.

If you have contacted me and I have not replied. Please try again! It's like the postal system here. If it comes in first and other items come in on top, your email may be at the bottom and I may miss it. With emails and questions pushing into the tens/hundreds a day, this takes up a lot of my free time.

Best wishes and have a fantastic build!

Kind Regards Karl

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