Justine Haupt
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Printable Accessory-Cage Based Quadcopter Airframe

Started this discussion. Last reply by Justine Haupt Aug 20, 2013. 2 Replies

Greetings all,I think this is my first post here, and I would like to share a design I came up with.…Continue

Tags: 3d, printer, printed, 3d-printed, accessory-cage

 

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Justine Haupt commented on Chris Onyando's blog post Real Motion Cockpit - Ride inside your Drone!
"Re: Uncoordinated flight. Yes, it would be fun to have motion associated with the flight but one would be very limited in regards to simulating realistic flight forces on a multirotor. With a motion simulator for a fixed-wing plane you could at…"
Sep 6, 2013
Crashpilot1000 commented on Justine Haupt's blog post 3D Printed Modular Quadcopter
"@Justine: That design is rainproof: http://www.microdrones.com/index-de.php ..........."
Aug 23, 2013
Justine Haupt commented on Justine Haupt's blog post 3D Printed Modular Quadcopter
"> I am working on something with close to the same intention where I can have more things covered and protected.  Neat. Protection would be nice. I'm trying to think of how it might be made rain proof. >Wondering how heavy is…"
Aug 23, 2013
Jim James left a comment for Justine Haupt
"Justine thanks for the reply.. Looks like the Makergear is doing very nice printouts, also You are doing a very nice job on your multicopter. Ill will be following your thread to see what improvements you make to it (Cant wait !!). Keep up the good…"
Aug 22, 2013
Chuck Durham commented on Justine Haupt's blog post 3D Printed Modular Quadcopter
"Justine - that looks awesome, I have been working on (an honestly thowing out) a number of 3D printed quadcopter designs.  I am working on something with close to the same intention where I can have more things covered and protected.…"
Aug 22, 2013
Justine Haupt commented on Tom Mahood's blog post A composite folding H-quad
"This is GREAT."
Aug 22, 2013
Justine Haupt commented on Justine Haupt's blog post 3D Printed Modular Quadcopter
"Max size: The arms are split into two parts, and they're about 170mm long and 40mm wide at the widest point. I can get two complete arms on the 200x250mm built plate on my Makergear M2. Brandon, thanks! Right now they detach with two machine…"
Aug 21, 2013

3D Robotics
Brandon Basso commented on Justine Haupt's blog post 3D Printed Modular Quadcopter
"Nice design!  How detachable are the arms?  It would be really nice if there was a quick electrical/mechanical connection for each arm so that they could be quickly swapped.  For a lot of people, downtime is a killer, for both fun and…"
Aug 21, 2013
Azhar T. Pangesti commented on Justine Haupt's blog post 3D Printed Modular Quadcopter
"What is the max size of the printed component? (read: how big is my 3d printer need to be to print these?)"
Aug 21, 2013
Justine Haupt left a comment for Jim James
"Hey Jim, can't find the original comment but I'm using a Makergear M2, printing PLA."
Aug 21, 2013
Justine Haupt commented on Justine Haupt's blog post 3D Printed Modular Quadcopter
"Wow I'm glad people like it. Flight times: Rather terrible right now. I haven't flown continuously for long enough to time it accurately but I'm pretty sure it's in the 4-5 minute range with a 2.2Ah battery. I wonder just how far…"
Aug 21, 2013
Gsouth commented on Justine Haupt's blog post 3D Printed Modular Quadcopter
"I'm new to this hobby and am in the middle of the rubber band and tape build methods. Your modular concept is wonderful. The need for it has lingered in the back of my mind as I try to stick stuff onto the frame but I never thought of the next…"
Aug 21, 2013
R. D. Starwalt commented on Justine Haupt's blog post 3D Printed Modular Quadcopter
"A+ Justine. All our 3D printer fans will probably cause a spike on the server where you keep the files. I enjoy and applaud the time you put into the project. Build on! -=Doug"
Aug 21, 2013
R. D. Starwalt commented on Justine Haupt's blog post 3D Printed Modular Quadcopter
"The battery location looks like a effort to provide balance in the vertical axis, origin being the thrust line on the motor arms...I guess. +1 with JAB, it does not really help as the controller should be able to handle all the details. -=Doug"
Aug 21, 2013
Crashpilot1000 commented on Justine Haupt's blog post 3D Printed Modular Quadcopter
"Putting the FC up is a real plus of that construction! Besides keeping mag disturbances low, it also helps the baro in ground effect, especially on small copters. Cheers Kraut Rob"
Aug 21, 2013

Developer
John Arne Birkeland commented on Justine Haupt's blog post 3D Printed Modular Quadcopter
"Making a multicopter bottom heavy does not make it more stable. A multicopter is inherently unstable and fully relies on active stabilization to fly. Meaning that you want the CoG to be neutral to make it easier for the autopilot stabilization to…"
Aug 21, 2013

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About Me:
I'm an engineer on the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope at Brookhaven National Laboratory. I specialize in optical and mechanical design.
Please tell us a bit about your UAV interest
Primarily automation and navigation (many ideas). Seems like a lot could be done developing or adapting a cheap on-board LIDAR system. I also have ideas for control after rotor failure on a quadcopter, self-charging, and a follow-me type functionality.

I would also like to try some fun things having a drone interact by non-verbal aural alerts. I've been inspired by "Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind" and more recently the drones from "Oblivion". My quadcopter design implements an accessory cage system, where boards/instruments/sensors can slip on and off in a modular way.
Hometown:
Mattituck, NY

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3D Printed Modular Quadcopter

Posted on August 20, 2013 at 8:30pm 16 Comments

I've been working on an accessory-cage based quadcopter design to have a modular way of adding and removing components. The intent is to avoid the rubber-band and tape method of attaching components to the airframe. The accessory cage is comprised of four vertically-oriented carbon tubes and is meant to hold…

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At 5:58am on June 22, 2013, R. D. Starwalt said…

Hello and welcome!

Your ideas sound interesting and this community is varied enough to discuss them.

-=Doug

At 12:07pm on June 22, 2013, Justine Haupt said…

Can't wait to get involved, thanks^!

At 8:33pm on August 22, 2013, Jim James said…
Justine thanks for the reply.. Looks like the Makergear is doing very nice printouts, also You are doing a very nice job on your multicopter. Ill will be following your thread to see what improvements you make to it (Cant wait !!). Keep up the good work Ill be in touch if you dont mind.. JIM

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