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Bombardier started work on the CRJ700 in 1995 and the program was officially launched in January 1997. The CRJ700 is a stretched derivative of the CRJ200, featuring a new wing with leading edge slats and a stretched and slightly widened fuselage, with a lowered floor. It’s first flight took place on 27 May 1999 and it’s first commercial flight two years later.

The different versions of the CRJ700 have seating for 63 to 78 passengers. Which makes the CRJ700 a direct competitor with the Embraer 170, which typically seats 70 passengers.

The early build aircraft were equipped with two General Electric CF34-8C1 engines. However, later-build aircraft are now equipped as standard with the -8C5 model. The new engines increased the maximum range from 3,620 km (2,250 mi) to 4,660 km (2,900 mi). The maximum speed is Mach 0.85 (903 km/h) at a maximum altitude of 12,500 m (41,000 ft).

There have been 330 deliveries of this aircraft type, with the launch customer being Brit Air.

Model features:

  • Engine with realistic fan blades.
  • Detachable winglets for easier printing.
  • Windows, doors, radome, landing lights, antennas, drain mast, flaps, slats, ailerons, elevators, rudder and the APU exhaust are all modelled.
  • Supports for fan blades, antennas,... are included in the models.
  • Completely snap-fit, no glue required.
  • Universal stand shared between all my models.
  • Detailed print and assembly guide.

3D printing settings

This model has been designed to be realistic and feature rich but easy to print. You can use the general print settings found below, but it is still recommended reading the full print guide.

Layer height: 0.2mm (can be lowered to your preference)
Infill: 0% (except for the stand)
Wall line count: 2
Nozzle width: 0.4mm
No additional supports or bed adhesion required.

Printed in Additive Heroes Premium PLA - Snow White.

Please have a look at the detailed print guide included with the download.

If you have any issues feel free to contact me:

  • 3D file format: PDF and STL



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I'm an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer, in my spare time I design airplane models to 3D-print.

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