3D Printing Drone Parts


3D Printing Drone Parts

A group for both those who are fortunate to be actively printing parts with their printers or online services, and those just interested.  

Location: Sol III (Earth)
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Component parts for 3d printed drones?

Started by Bob Burrington. Last reply by Coby Nov 23. 5 Replies

Hello~I am a newbie to drones. However, I am a Tech Ed middle school teacher with 3 3d printers and a laser engraver.I would like to create a lesson for my students to design and print their own mini…Continue

Best Material for 3D Printing of Drone/Plane Parts?

Started by Alex Wong. Last reply by Coby Nov 23. 11 Replies

I am waiting on my new printer and have the option of getting either PLA or ABS material as part of the initial package.Can anyone help advise me on which would be best? Material for 3D Printing of…Continue

London 3d printing show recap

Started by James Wright. Last reply by Graham Dyer Nov 15. 2 Replies

Hello,I just wanted to share my experience at the London 3D printing show, I went because I'm looking into getting a new 3D printer. …Continue

DJI F550 / 450 Folding Landing gear legs

Started by Michael Ciurescu Apr 6. 0 Replies

Here is my F550 folding landing gear:http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:759368Please see the comments on the Thingiverse…Continue

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Comment by Don Pillow on November 22, 2015 at 12:23am

There is 3d software like blender and onshape that is easy to use so you can easily put your ideas to a .igs file. Almost any library has a 3d printer and will print out your files for an small fee $5 for a decent size part. Some even let you use the machine if you bring your own filament. 

Comment by Eric on June 21, 2014 at 2:06pm
I've had good luck with MakeXYZ.com. Sort of like 3d hubs but better in my opinion.
Comment by Edwin WIdjonarko on June 21, 2014 at 1:58pm

Hi Bill,

Sorry for the late reply, but I'd like to add to Andrew's comment. I too had a good experience with 3D hubs. I printed a customized cam holder with bearings and all. You only need to provide the STL file. Warning: 3D hubs will "optimize" the fill rate of your model. It tends to make it lighter, but might compromise structural strength. I don't know if there's any setting for this.

Hope this help. Cheers, 

Comment by Andrew Neushul on June 20, 2014 at 10:06am
Hi Bill my email is aneushul@submerse.com. I'm located is Santa Barbara CA

Comment by Bill Piedra on June 20, 2014 at 5:14am

@andrew , @joshua - Thanks.  I'm going to try both.  Andrew, can you send me an email or tweet direct.  Where are you located ? 

tweet me @billrockus

Comment by Andrew Neushul on June 18, 2014 at 2:13pm
I have 3d printed clamps for carbon fiber tubes. I just finished a design that converts a standard DJI 450 to use CF tubes instead of the plastic arms. I have a printer, would gladly print some parts for you as I'm interested in doing the same thing - covering the printed parts with CF
Comment by Joshua Johnson on June 18, 2014 at 12:35pm
Trying using the official 3D Printing Service of CADDrones.com which is 3DHubs.com! You should be able to find someone local using that.

Comment by Bill Piedra on June 18, 2014 at 10:06am

I don't have a 3D Printer, but I would like to print some parts.  Rather than build a 3d printed fuselage, I am using carbon fiber tubes and plates.  What I would like to do is print the tube clamps and other hardware on a 3D printer and reinforce them with CF/Epoxy.  I have used Shapeways before, but I would really like to find someone local who can do the printing for me.  I need fast turn around which I don't get from Shapeways.  

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Comment by Bradley J Carr on March 28, 2013 at 12:12pm

Just finished the build of my 3d Printer.  LETS SEE WHAT WE CAN DO!!!!!


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