In true DIY form I am using as much readily available material as possible. 3/4" oak frame, lego parts, etc. I am on the lookout for landing gear materials (small diameter PVC with small caster wheels maybe? Hmmm.).
I am still building and tuning, so please excuse the loose wiring. When I am done tuning, I will neaten things up. Notice the flanker lego pads for future expansion and additonal equipment (FPV).
This is a picture of the "undercarriage" where the lego battery holder is located. Everything to this point is glued and screwed.
Lego battery connector epoxied to battery.
The lego battery holder base is epoxied and screwed to the frame. I have not only epoxied the lego battery connector to the battery but I will also zip tie the battery to the lego battery holder base for redundancy.
Voltage alarm "legoed" to frame. Receiver is also "legoed" to frame below the KK2 board and power distribution board both of which are secured to lego base with nylon screws.
I hope to be done tuning this weekend. Please watch for the maiden voyage coming soon on video.