The McDonnell Douglas MD-11 is a three-engine medium to long-range wide body airliner, with two engines mounted under wing and a third engine at the base of the vertical stabilizer. It is an evolution of the DC-10, featuring a stretched fuselage, increased wingspan with winglets, an advanced two crew six screen EFIS flight deck, restyled main cabin interior and new engine options.
Its first delivery was to Finnair in 1990, and later it served a number of major airlines including KLM, SWISS, American Airlines, Delta and Thai. In total 200 MD-11’s were delivered.
Today the MD-11 is becoming a more and more rare sight to see, but it’s still cherished by aviation enthusiast around the world for its beautiful and iconic design.
Required print volume is 120x120x210mm.
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
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 with an Ender 3 Pro.
Please have a look at the detailed print guide included with the download.
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