Top Plate for DJI F450 Flamewheel Naza Quadcopter

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Top Plate for DJI F450 Flamewheel Naza Quadcopter by dennisbaldwin Mar 10, 2013
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This is the top plate for a DJI F450 Flamewheel Frame. Printed on a Replicator 2 and source files can be found at www.garagepilots.com


You can see a demonstration of the F450 top plate printed on MakerBot Replicator 2:


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Did you ever do the weight comparison?

Dennis, Can you post the source files here? I spent 30 minutes wading through the garagepilots.com and never even found it.


You can find it listed here:


It's an old Sketchup file so I hope you can make it work. Good luck!

I did get a chance to checkout my top plate and it is indeed fully symmetrical. This does not seem to be.

Has any one tried this out yet? I'm working on a remix and it seems to be far from parametric as far as some of the curves and angles go. Then again I havn't checked out my top plate yet maybe they are not fully parametric on the outside edge.

I also have a Replicator 2, but I'm using kapton. What material is that on your build plate?

Right now I'm using the standard blue tape that the R2 came with. I've read a bit about kapton. How are you liking it? It seems to me that it would be much easier to work with.