First flown in February 1961 the Cessna Skymaster was a unique and innovate twin engine aircraft. Designed as a safer alternative to conventional twin pistons, its curious inline engine design promisedsimple single engine handling for GA pilots. It didn't turn out to be the game changer Cessna wanted but it still commands a cult-like following. Just under 3000 models were produce by Cessna before production finished.
Our 3D printed version of this legacy aircraft requires a print bed size of 200mm/200mm/240mm. If you are interested in our Skymaster but need it sectioned for a smaller print area please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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(2200mAh 3S): 1200g
53 g/dm2 17.4 oz/sq.ft
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Check out the maiden flight of the Cessna 337, courtesy of RAYviation
Cessna Skymaster Printing and Assembly
Everything you need to know, from required parts, print layout and assembly.