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Bixler FPV Mount

by ukarmy04, published

Bixler FPV Mount by ukarmy04 Dec 21, 2012

Description

This is a model of the FPV plywood mount many people use on their Bixler's. It's designed to be 2mm thick and is much stronger than the stock plywood.

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Just got the file exported into as many formats as I could find. Hopefully you'll be able to use one of them. I've uploaded all of them to this page.
What camera and transmitter are you using?
Hey, sorry for the late reply. My hardrive went corrupt and I lost the folder with all my designs. I've been trying to recover what I can, but I'll upload the file as soon as I can find it.

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The STL file may appear tiny when it is first sliced - this can be easily corrected by scaling the part up by exactly 10. I'm not sure why the part was exported at a 1/10th of its actual size, but I'm working to fix it.

What camera and transmitter are you using?
Any chance you'd be willing to share the cad file? I'd like to add a camera mount to this! Many thanks!
Yeah, sure! What file format are you looking for?
Google sketchup or something similar would be GREAT! :)
Hey, sorry for the late reply. My hardrive went corrupt and I lost the folder with all my designs. I've been trying to recover what I can, but I'll upload the file as soon as I can find it.
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Just got the file exported into as many formats as I could find. Hopefully you'll be able to use one of them. I've uploaded all of them to this page.
Awesome, thanks! I'm definitely going to check it out.
This is awesome. I have a bixler and have only taped a Flipcam to it and had to view the footage afterwards. You mind listing what type of FPV equipment you're using ?
Would love to print this but when I open the STL in Repetier-Host it comes up tiny, seems to be less than 10mm wide! Any idea of the correct scale to apply?
Ah yes, I actually had the same problem when I first printed the STL. I still haven't figured out why it is doing this, but the scaling factor is off by exactly 10. Thanks for pointing it out, I'll add it to the instructions.
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