How to print test part
All Kraga models are designed to fit printers with minimal build volume of 15 x 15 x 10 cm.
Testing part is tip of Kodo's right wing. If you are able to print it you should have no problems to print also the rest of the plane.
It has to be printed as shell - 0% infill and no horizontal surfaces (thickness of the shell is one layer). Only this way you can achieve required weight of the plane.
Nozzle: 0.4 mm
Layer thickness: 0.19 mm
Use the default orientation (check the pictures below) and whatever printing material (read mode in how to print).
You can also check what printing settings are successfully using other users.
Your result should weight 8 g and you should be able to fit carbon tube with diameter of 4 mm into spar leading holes (bottom side of the part).
It is recommended to try to cover testing part with covering film to test if material of your choice will not deform from ironing heat and if covering film will stick on it (I tested many materials with multiple covering film brands without issues but it can theoretically happen).