DJI Inspired (3D Printable Quad / Multirotor) Upgrades
by BlackBoxRC, published
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BlackBoxRC have designed a 3D Printable Quadcopter based on the DJI Inspire one.
The attachments and upgrades will be added here for you to download soon
STL files for the DJI Inspire One (3D Printable Quadcopter) are now ready to be downloaded please click on the link below
3D Printed parts can be purchased if you do not have a 3D Printer and all hardware.
If you have a STL file that you would like printing please contact us for a quote and order online.
This will also have the featured raised arms
MoPro mobius to gopro conversion cam
MoPro 3 axis gimbal
Dji naza v2
LED flashing lights
***The REVISED Main body STL and Nose canopy have been uploaded. Please delete your old copy and replace with the revised STL files.
If you have downloaded the files before the 9th Jan 2015 you will need to download the new STL files, if you have downloaded after this date you will already have the new STL files.
You can find the files in our blog. or download them from thingiverse
Lighter and less support needed which equates to faster print times.
- Modifications to the front of the main body and nose cone for fitment of our 3d printed 3 axis brushless gimbal for GoPro & Mobius users, we will be adding this to the current projects blog later today along with a few sneak peeks***
DJI Inspired (3D Printable Quad / Multirotor) Upgrades by BlackBoxRC is licensed under the BSD License license.
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- Remixing or Changing this Thing is allowed.
- Commercial use is allowed.
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