Tie Fighter Body for Hubsan X4 H107C
by cudbur, published
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UPDATE 2-2-2016: Added details, made arms single piece for strength, and fixed proportion of wings. See four parts labeled REV2. Everything printed 0.15mm layer thickness, shell settings.
Alternate body for Hubsan X4 quadcopter H107C. A non-camera module model ( H107L ) is available here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1136405
Have a ready to fly unit made for you or contact us if you need just the 3D printed parts: https://www.etsy.com/shop/cuddleburrito
1 x hull_bottom - shell print settings
1 x hull_top - shell print settings
2 x arm_FLAT_BOTTOM - shell print settings
4 x motor mount - shell print settings
2 x motor arm - shell print settings
2 x wing - 0.15mm layer thickness, solid print settings
Picture instructions here: http://www.cuddleburrito.com/blog/2016/1/1/tie-fighter-conversion-h107c
-Use the screws from a stock Hubsan X4 to fasten the two hull halves together.
-Drill small holes in the motor arms to thread the motor wires through
-The stock motor wires aren't long enough to thread through the arms, so I extended them with wires cut from the x4 part replacement kit
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