Mini Flame Wheel Style Quadcopter frame.
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I thought about using those batteries, but I find that the 1500 mAh batteries are the best balance so far. I haven't had a chance to try any in the 2k range.
I made my first tests this week: this quad is really great! I'm using 1811-2900 kv motors, 10A ESC, 3000mA 3S battery. The quad flies at 45% throttle, has a good autonomy, and is really powerfull! The only drawback is its weight (because of the battery): when falling (I'm a newby pilot!), things brake :o/
I plan to redesign the arms, with a rib at the bottom, and a hull, to save propellers. I'll post new pictures (and a video) soon.
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With 25% infill and 2 perimiters and 2 top and bottom layers the frame weighs in a t 45 grams (PLA). It is quite stiff and should hold up well.
It will require 12 M3 or 4-40 screws and nuts for assembly. If you use nylon screws then you will be able to cut them flush to the frame. Otherwise you'll need 8X 8mm screws and 4X 25mm screws.
This frame was designed in SolidWorks and then repaired in Netfabb to ensure all parts are perfectly manifold.
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