Oh Cotty! Man did you open a can!
As noted in the video the design is from a guy with the website 3dprintlabs.com. I saw one of his videos on Youtube (a p-47) about 4 months ago. That is exactly what got me into this!
So a smart person would buy a printer and buy the files and print one out just to learn right? I am just not that smart. So I bought a printer and started learning SU! LOL
With that said, with my novice skills I stuck to very traditional Balsa wood construction methods for my design.
Now that you have posted the video though, one of the questions I have been intending to ask someday is, can SU follow the design style the fella used? That lattice work of curving internal structure connected to airfoil shaped skins with all the lightening holes is incredible. I don't think SU can even do that and still meet the standards of a 3D printable file.
HOWEVER, there is still so much for me to learn about SU.
I would like to progress to that construction style someday- well at least integrated skins if not the full blown lattice work replacing primary structure.
EDIT - Please don't think I am bad mouthing SU! I love SU! No tool does everything, so wondering if I it can so something with it is not criticism!