DMAV 3D Printed Airplane Flight Testing Day 2 – AFRL Discovery Lab (Video)

Here's a robot video that I found interesting:



AFRL Discvoery Lab's DMAV Aircraft Flight Testing - 6 August 2013 Learn More: http://wbi-icc.com/dmav_project First Day Testing: http://youtu.be/xeeBiBHI8_s Project Claims: The first fixed wing aircraft to have a fully 3D printed airframe using FDM technology. The airframe has no internal reinforcements such as carbon rods or otherwise, making this aircraft unique compared to other FDM aircraft which depend on reinforcements for structural integrity. It is additionally believed to be the first low-wing style plane to be 3D printed.
By Nathan Kidder

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