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Japanese Man 3D Prints Amazingly Small R/C Fire Boat

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3D Printed by a man in Japan, this fire boat has the following specifications. Length: 105mm Weight: 119 grams (about 4 ounces) Battery: 3.7v350mA Receiver: 6-channel DSM 2 (Cost: about $5) See his other boats and read more https://3dprint.com/52513/3d-printed-micro-boats

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