Yet Another Fully 3D Printed Multicopter.

Still in the works, but can't resist putting some pictures up.

Key features are:

  1. Fully 3D printed arms.  Using a truss design, it's very stiff vertically, and resistant to twisting.
  2. Arms are printed in sections, so can be extended to allow for almost any sized prop.
  3. Arms are wide, so easy to strap things on them, like I have done with the two ESCs.
  4. Motors mounts are through hole printed, so as to allow tandem motors.

See more pictures in the 3D Printing Drone Parts Group,here.

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Comment by Ando on November 9, 2012 at 12:51pm

Whats the weight of the frame with the arms?

Comment by Ellison Chan on November 9, 2012 at 1:06pm

Check out the group, I have more details in there.  The frame weight  is about 326g, without motors or electronics.

Comment by Ellison Chan on November 11, 2012 at 10:37pm

Picture of a new vibration dampening system, I've designed:


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