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Quadcopter Motor Mount

by markamiles, published

Quadcopter Motor Mount by markamiles Aug 6, 2013

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We just added a version for the NTM 28 sized motors from Hobbyking!!

http://hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__675__673__Electric_Motors-28mm.html

Here is a sweet little quadcopter motor mount I built this weekend. It's build around the Hobby Partz Exceed RC 2200 series motors but will really work for any mount with w 8mm off center bolt pattern.

Checkount my buildup and design work around my new quad using this mount over at http://backyardrc.wordpress.com/2013/08/05/a-wise-man-designs-twice-and-prints-once/

http://www.hobbypartz.com/2220.html

Checkout the full build over at http://backyardrc.wordpress.com/

https://backyardrc.wordpress.com/2013/08/13/3d-printed-quad-build/

Want one of your own Quadcopter Motor Mount printed for you? Or another design on thingiverse?? Contract my printer with 3D Hubs and I'll print, pack, and ship you your part within a few days!!

Check it out: http://www.3dhubs.com/harrisburg/hubs/mark

And checkout the complete series of BackyardRC's Quadcopter parts on Thingiverse:

Center Hub: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:136209
ESC Mount: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:122363
Motor Mount: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:128477
Quadcopter Leg: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:136208
Ardupilot top plate: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:136213

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skip that, reposted it in the "made" folder.
Love the motormounts, I did a a bit of a spinnof I talked to you about before at youre backyard RC blog and published a "remix" about it with some pics. Please check it out, hope you like it. If not let me know and I will edit.Daewootech, I played around with the printing orientation as well but I think standing is best since you want a snug fit arount the 12mm beam. The overhang would not allow such a fit so I thing Mark is wright.
Printed it in pla on my ultimaker and they have proven to be quite crash resistant though.
looks nice, have you considered printing it laying down? i would think the "grain" of the print would work better if they were longitudinal with the airframe wouldnt they? since the forces of the engine and prop want to move up and down with the plane they would less likley delaminate if they were stacked perpendicular with the forces?

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skip that, reposted it in the "made" folder.
Love the motormounts, I did a a bit of a spinnof I talked to you about before at youre backyard RC blog and published a "remix" about it with some pics. Please check it out, hope you like it. If not let me know and I will edit.Daewootech, I played around with the printing orientation as well but I think standing is best since you want a snug fit arount the 12mm beam. The overhang would not allow such a fit so I thing Mark is wright.
Printed it in pla on my ultimaker and they have proven to be quite crash resistant though.
looks nice, have you considered printing it laying down? i would think the "grain" of the print would work better if they were longitudinal with the airframe wouldnt they? since the forces of the engine and prop want to move up and down with the plane they would less likley delaminate if they were stacked perpendicular with the forces?
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