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Hovership 3DFLY Micro Drone

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Hovership 3DFLY Micro Drone by Hovership Oct 29, 2015

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The 3DFLY is a micro drone kit perfect for beginners, maker groups and all RC hobbyists! The airframe is 3D printable and it's small size will fit on most printer beds. Simple to build and safe to fly indoors and outdoors. Minimum of 100x100mm print bed required.

Kits available: http://shop.hovership.com/3dfly-nano-quad-kit/
Assembly guide: http://www.hovership.com/guides/3dfly-quad-assembly/
Flight controller setup: http://www.fisselrc.com/BBB32/

The flight controller requires basic soldering skills and some setup via a computer.
More airframes designs will be added over time.

Print Settings

Rafts: No

Supports: No

Infill: 75-100%


Notes:

ABS or PLA

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Hi there, I'm thinking of buying the frsky version. I was wondering whether you could advise on an frysky transmitter, as I'm unsure.

Many Thanks.

FrSky Taranis (X9D)

Thanks :)

if your running a reprap maybe lower your extruder min temp? If your min temp that your extruder extrudes filament is set to high in Marlin and you lower the temp in your slicing program it will shut off you extruder mid print if it dips below the set min temp. When I first setup my reprap I had the min temp set at 180 degrees and then in repetier-host I was playing around with the filament settings. Once I figured out what i did wrong, no more failed prints

I cannot get past 60% printed before my printer stops extruding filament. I have tried at least 7 times and it always seems to stop extruding at the same point. Anyone have any advice?

what motor this kit use ?
7mm, 8mm, or 8,5mm ???

where do you get the software(note: I have already checked the beef's board website) I tried getting the chrome web app, but it dosent let you click anything

Can someone who has this fully assembled quad be willing to run some tests for me? Im trying to make a custom frame that would make it look like a dragon and I need to know how much this set up can lift and still be able to fly.

I built this and when I plug in the battery all 4 motors go on right away, any idea why? I flashed baseflight already. Could it be a soldering issue?
I am also trying to bind my spektrum dx 8, a link to a video to bind to this quad would help me and my class of kids that will be doing this.

Please refer to the flight controller manual: http://www.fisselrc.com/BBB32/

Sweet, thanks, great info.

Hi. I'm 11 years old and I want to make this but I can not afford to pay $110 to get the electronics kit. Is there a cheaper way?

I know $110 is a lot for someone 11 years old, but that is very cheap for something like this. Go do a bunch of chores and beg your parents

thanks hovership for this great board. A lot of my friends in Berlin also work on a nano qaud right now. There for i created an FPV mount with 15deg angle. I'm now a bit concerned after printing with 80% infill PLA that the frame will be not stiff enough. Do you have any experiences?

Nov 11, 2015 - Modified Nov 11, 2015

This is a great model. I printed it out and got up and running in no time. It is very light, less than 40g without the battery. I used a 75% infill with PLA, and heated my bed to 50c. For my particular print out, the 8.5mm motors fit perfectly, not too tight, and not too lose. I didn't need to put the heat shrink on to keep them secure, they seem to stay in all by themselves.

The beef brushed board fits well. I put some double sided sticky foam under it and used used glue dots under the foam to help isolate vibrations. Adding FPV isn't too hard if you are using the CM205 camera, you can just lay it on the top and will have a slight overhang. There is a remix for the Spektrum camera which also looks pretty cool. Just in time for the cold weather. Thanks Hovership!

Maybe some prop guards, that would be cool because the props like to hit things. :P

Great will try to by the kit

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