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Specification

The Grumman Mallard is a twin engine amphibious aircraft. It was manufactured from 1946 to 1951. It was designed after the success of Grummans Goose and widgeon seaplanes. Production was stopped when Grumman began building the Albatross.

Grumman Mallards are still flying today, with many of the original airframes refitted with turbine engines, our model now come with an option of which engine nacelles to fit.

Our 3D printed version of this legacy aircraft has a recommended print bed size of 200mm/200mm/250mm but includes additional files for 200mm/200mm/200mm printers.

We have flown the Grumman Mallard from grass but have not done any water trials. This is why we are selling the aircraft at a low price for now. Post your builds and maiden flights on instagram with the tag #rc3dprint.

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Wing Span

1450mm

Flying Weight 

(2200mAh 3S):    1500g

Wing Loading

64 g/dm2    21 oz/sq.ft

Wing Cube Loading

13.4

Channels 

4 Channel

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Grumman Mallard Printing and Assembly

Everything you need to know, from required parts, print layout and assembly.

Mallard Seaplane: Files
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