Quadrocopter Coverplate with GPS housing

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Quadrocopter Coverplate with GPS housing by gzebedin Feb 11, 2013
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I like to use the RCTIMER AIO Controller with the CN06 Ublox GPS modem. So I was looking for some cover but couldn't find any. So I used a little sketchup and designed and printed my own.


This Coverplate is for 45x45mm frame. The cable from the ublox CN-06 somes out down to the multiwii/ardupilot controller. This cover is designed for the CN-06 v2: (http://www.rctimer.com/index.php?gOo=goods_details.dwt&goodsid=763&productname=)
Put some foam under the modem to make it fit tight. Use M3 to connect the gps cover to the coverplate.

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My ublox neo-6m does not fit in this. how did you mount the gps in the box? Its almost double the size of my gps unit

Hello there, Just started to print this out and wanted to let you know that the larger piece of this file does not lay flat and Slicer is applying a raft to half of the plate. May want to check on that. Will let you know how the print comes out once it finishes. Thanks for the upload.