3D Robotics

3D-printed mount for Lidar sensor


Scultpteo, the 3D-printing service, has a blog post about how the Jarriquez team designed and 3D-printed parts for a Pixhawk-powered drone.  They selected Polyamide material:

“Polyamide made sense for two reasons. It is a material that has enough strength to support important part, but that remains flexible so that if stress is applied to the part it doesn’t break. And since we’re flying a drone, the fact that it’s light helps too.” says Mathieu Agostinucci."


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  • wao great work

  • Looks like the  Hokuyo UTM-30LX-EW. Very nice and compact, $5,000 price range.

  • What Lidar is this?
  • ... it's a bracket? Unclear why this is news. 

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