Eurofighter EF2000 Typhoon
Multirole fighter of 4th generation born with the Future European Fighter Aircraft program in 1983, a collaboration between Great Britain , Spain, Germany, France and Italy.
France gave up at the beginning giving priority to the Dassault Rafale but the remaining did go ahead and the first EFA prototype flew in 1994.
In 1998, with the confirmation of firsts production contacts, the airplane was officially named Typhoon.
This very agile aircraft is probably the best 4th generation fighter available, constantly updated to modern weapon systems.
570 aircraft built that equip Luftwaffe (Germany), RAF (Great Britain), AM (Italy), EdA (Spain), RSAF (Saudi Arabia) , AAF (Austria) and RAFO (Oman); also Kuwait and Qatar have order in progress for this fighter.
In the forder the EF2000A and the EF2000B (TF-2000A) two seater.
Models scale 1:100 printed at 1:285 with 0.2mm nozzle (but still sliceable with 0.4mm nozzle and 1:300 scale) and 0.12 mm layers.
Print test made with a Ender3 as shown in the image taken from PrusaSlicer 2.