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Laser Cut Quadcopter Frame

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Laser Cut Quadcopter Frame by DylanFM Jun 28, 2013

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This is a quadcopter frame that I made using a laser cutter. It is designed to be cut out of 3.1mm (sold as 1/8") baltic birch plywood.

The whole thing is glued together. I don't have time or space to describe the whole build process here, but I have an instructable that give complete instructions for building a quad using this frame:
instructables.com/id/Laser-Cut-MultiWii-based-quadcopter/

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Love the design cut one in acrylic on gravogragh machine took like 23 mins 100% power 5% speed 50w Co2 great design not using it for practical use but printing the parts to make it look the deal instead of making it a functional quadcopter :)

I dont have it here in front of me, but I believe it was about 20" motor to motor

Hey there, whats the default wing span ?

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iCloud on May 4, 2014 said:

Love the design cut one in acrylic on gravogragh machine took like 23 mins 100% power 5% speed 50w Co2 great design not using it for practical use but printing the parts to make it look the deal instead of making it a functional quadcopter :)

Chuckdou9 on Aug 25, 2013 said:

Hey there, whats the default wing span ?

DylanFM on Aug 26, 2013 said:

I dont have it here in front of me, but I believe it was about 20" motor to motor

yimmy on Jun 28, 2013 said:

How much does the frame weigh?

DylanFM on Jun 28, 2013 said:

The frame all glued together, before painting, weighed 7.1oz. Fully assembled like described in my instructable it was 1lb, 7oz I think.

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