Justine Haupt
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  • Mattituck, NY
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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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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.
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.


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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