Piper J-3 CUB

PLA printable



Wingspan: 1380mm
Length: 855mm
Height: 275mm
Wing Aeea: 23,8dm2
Wing load: 58g/dm2
Takeoff weight: 1380g

The set Includes:

Universal STL Files,
Basic GCODES for 3d printer,
S3D factory files,
CURA setting files,
PDF User guide,
Scale markings,

We present a fully printable scale model of the iconic Piper J3 CUB. The famous sport airplane is recreated with all the important details like movable rear wheel, wing struts or boxer engine to keeps its unique look . With total weight around 1380g it’s easy to fly RC plane recommended for medium skilled pilots.
To speed up an assembly process all the major parts are equipped with assembly guide features, furthermore to help with bonding and to avoid misalignments during the gluing process.
Because not everybody has access to smooth airfield, landing gear is designed for maximum flexibility with carbon rods reinforcement. We leave you as an option to choose between scale wheels, oversize wheels and skis (all STL files included).

Piper J3 Cub history
The Piper J3 Cub is a small lightweight, strut-based monoplane bring to production in 1937, originally it was design as a trainer and as a general aviation aircraft. Become one of the most recognizable American airplane which brings sky closer to hundreds of thousands of pilots. During years of production (1937-1947) was built almost 20000 J3 CUB’s which makes it the most produced plane during his era.

  • Build volume 200/200/200mm minimum,
  • Nozzle 0.4mm,
  • Heated Bed,
  • Recommended adhesion pad,
  • PLA filament for basic structure (you can as well try witch PET and others).


  • PLA filament-1Kg
  • PETG filament recommended for engine carrier –0.1Kg


  • CA glue
  • CA Activator

Other accessories:

  • 100cm length push rod (Ø2mm or 3mm) -2 pcs
  • Carbon fiber rod Ø2mm 1m -1pcs
  • Plastic hinges (max. size 16mmx34mm) –6pcs
  • Ø2mmx10mm self-tapering screw –6pcs
  • Ø3mmx16mm self-tapering screw–23pcs
  • Ø4mmx23mm self-tapering screw-4pcs
  • M4 boltsx30mm (landing gear) –2pcs






Assembly Video

Flight Video