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Ranger V2 Sports 800 mm FPV Trainer STL File

Ranger Mini 3ch RC trainer plane. Also you can fly as FPV as make modifications.

SKU: CR23_3595180
$ 32,21
(2 customer reviews)
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Click for the pdf user guide

If you're looking for a fun and easy way to enter the world of 3D-printed RC airplanes and FPV flying, you might want to check out the Craycle FPV Ranger V2 Sports. This is a training model that can help you learn how to build and fly your own 3D-printed airplane, while also experiencing the excitement of flying from a first-person perspective (FPV).

The Ranger V2 Sports comes in two versions: a 3-channel Version without Ailerons and FPV compatibility (still free to download) and a 4-channel Version with Ailerons and FPV compatibility. This is the 4ch FPV Sports Version. 3ch Free Version here.

The FPV system can be DJI Air Unit or Caddx Vista etc. which is compatible with the fuselage of the Ranger V2. The FPV system will allow you to see what the aircraft is seeing through a nose-mounted camera and transmit the video signal to your glasses or monitor. In this way, you can fly the plane as if you are sitting in the cockpit and experience a more immersive and realistic flight experience.

The Ranger V2 Sports is designed to be easy to build and fly, even for beginners. It has a stable and slow flight performance, making it ideal for learning the basics of RC flight. It will also help you improve your flight skills by performing basic acrobatic maneuvers with its 4-channel sports wings. The Ranger V2 Sports is also durable and crash-proof thanks to its 3D-printed Regular PLA construction and PetG parts.

What was it designed for?

Ranger V2 Sports is now our newest 3D Printed RC trainer plane. With this model, we aim to reach people who have just started making 3D Printed Model Airplanes and who already have a 3D printer. You don't need to have model airplane building experience. Following the simple instructions in the PDF, you can build the model and experience your first flight immediately. Don't be afraid to crash! It's always easier and more enjoyable to rebuild a model you made. Ranger V2 Sports also protects all electronics, motor and propeller thanks to its component positioning. We'll help you here, send us videos and photos about the problem or crash. Share them on our Facebook Group. We'll assess the situation and help you identify the problem.

General Specs

  • Length: 575 mm
  • Wingspan: 800 mm
  • Print Weight: 311 grams
  • Flying Weight: 500-650 grams
  • Wing Area: 11.1 dm2
  • Wing Loading: 49.4 g/dm2
  • Airfoil: NACA 2412
  • Minimum Printer Size: 150x150x180 mm
  • Material: Regular PLA (LW-PLA Compatible)

Download Included

  • STL Files.
  • Cura Profile.
  • Ready to print G-code files (G-codes need min 180x180mm print area).
  • User Guide (Detailed for assembling and printing).
  • Tech support.

Note: DJI Air Unit and Caddx Vista Canopies are not included in the files.
Click to download DJI Air Unit Hatch
Click to download Caddx Vista Hatch

Required Electronics

  • 4ch+ Radio / FPV System
  • 2205 2300kv Brushless Motor
  • 5040 Propeller - 3 blades
  • 30A ESC
  • 2200 mAh 3S-4S Lipo
  • 4 pcs, 9g servos
  • Carbon Rods
    • Ø4x250 mm
  • CA Glue

Buy Ranger Power Pack for electronics.

Ultimaker Cura Slicer is recommended! Click for download craycle.curaprofile

Click for the Blog Article.Blog Article for Build/Flight videos, Required Electronics, and more information.

2 reviews for Ranger V2 Sports 800 mm FPV Trainer STL File

  1. fabiopace1981 (verified owner)

    I have printed the Ranger V2 Sport 3 times now
    I have not had any success with it at all. Every attempt was off a runway with landing gear.
    As soon as it is airborne it nose dives at an alarming rate.
    I have a collection of 25 3D printed air craft, this is the only one that I giving me trouble.
    Either the whole fuselage needs to be redesigned
    Moving the battery toward the rear, and the angle at which with motor is applying the force is very wrong.
    Please left me know what I can do to get this bird in the sky.

    Thank you.

    • Cemal OZCELIK (store manager)

      Hello, I am sorry about your bad experience with the Ranger V2. It took us a really long time to figure out the problem while we were developing the model, but unfortunately the reason for this is the flight weight of the model.

      In this type of models, the tendency to pull the nose down when taking off is quite natural. For this reason, it makes more sense to take off from the runway with the landing gear. But the Ranger V2 takes this a bit too far. To solve the problem, we increased the motor angle extra, but this does not help at all. Because when the model is in the air, too much thrust actually pulls the model up, but when the model takes off it pulls it down. Once you take the model into the air, you can see how stable and efficient its flight is. It can remain airborne with 10% thrust. Since the center of gravity is low, the motor forces the model down in the takeoff.

      As the model weight increases, the tendency to pull the nose down increases. This is our main problem. If you were to print the model with LW-PLA and fly with a 3s 800mAh battery, 2204 motor and 15A ESC, you would never experience this problem.

      In order to have a successful flight with the recommended electronics and Regular PLA, you need to make the model accelerate before giving throotle and do not give more than 60% thrust. As the surface speed of the model increases, the rate at which the nose pulls down gradually decreases. Andrew Newton has an excellent video explaining some techniques on “Pusher Launch”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uFwSEsqb3Fw&t=4s&ab_channel=AndrewNewton

      Watching this video can be very useful.

      Conclusion: It may be a mistake to recommend printing this model with Regular PLA. I’m just realizing this. Because this model requires experience when its heavy. Our aim in developing the Ranger was to be an entry model for beginners. A design where the motor, propeller and electronics are protected. We did it because we liked the idea, but now I’m starting to think that it was a mistake and that even Orca is easier for beginners. Because in all manuals and explanations we recommend printing the model with Regular PLA and this makes the model heavy. As the model gets heavier, the problem in takeoff increases.

      Solution: We will be making a mass update for all models soon. In this update, the Ranger V2 will be a little lighter and I want to give another chance to the model I have worked diligently on. If the model is not light enough, I will start recommending printing it with LW-PLA and I will develop a simpler flying Glider that will not demotivate beginners and publish it for free. In this case, Ranger will no longer be promoted as a training model. Even in its current form, the Ranger is a great flying FPV sporty model.

      Sorry for realizing this late. I hope you can give the Ranger another chance. Make it lighter or takeoff on runway.

      Wishing you a wonderful Spring.

  2. CAMARTING (verified owner)

    I printed this model in PLA_LW of yellow polymaker, it is a beauty, very light. On my first flight it crashed because I did not adjust the CG, this point is very sensitive. I always recommend using landing gear, I threw it by hand and crashed it, the reconstruction is a bit tedious due to the splices… you have to sand them very well and also reinforce them… for the rest… I hope to put the landing gear on soon caddx view and test with the weight of that unit and a mateksys FC

    • Cemal OZCELIK (store manager)

      Thanks for your valuable comment, it is very nice to print with this model LW-PLA. It would be nice if you could share this process with other people on Facebook Craycle Crafter Group.

      This model is more suitable for take-off from the runway. Takeoffs require quick throws, it’s not easy to get it right the first time. You can order it for powerful landing gear. The new PetG shafted wheel design will also ensure you get a long-lasting landing gear.

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