3D Printed and Carbon Fiber QuadCopter
jimustanguitar
Full Name Jim
Location SeeMe Territory
Company yeah right
FilenameDownloadsSizeUploaded
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Battery Hanger.stl659186 kBon 2/6/15 Download
Bottom Bracket.stl604851 kBon 2/6/15 Download
Flight Controller Holder.stl619549 kBon 2/6/15 Download
Frame Bottom.stl7519.5 MBon 2/6/15 Download
Frame Spacer.stl64613.1 MBon 2/6/15 Download
Frame Top.stl64811.8 MBon 2/6/15 Download
Isolator Mold.stl6861 MBon 2/6/15 Download
Landing Gear.stl6702.8 MBon 2/6/15 Download
Motor Mount Bottom.stl7126.6 MBon 2/6/15 Download
Motor Mount Spacer.stl67413 MBon 2/6/15 Download
Motor Mount Top.stl6606.3 MBon 2/6/15 Download
Wire Clip.stl637164 kBon 2/6/15 Download
Description
Quadcopter designed around carbon fiber arrow shafts. All points where plastic and carbon interface float on rubber o-rings. Flight controller is isolated by silicone anti-vibration balls cast in a 3D printed mold. Full instructions and build log on Instructables: http://goo.gl/wD0f3K and Wevolver: https://goo.gl/c7IN7y
Instructions
I printed my parts at .2mm layer heights and around 15% infill. You can fill the parts more to make them stronger, or less to make them lighter.
License
Attribution - Share Alike - Creative Commons
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