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Indoor QuadCopter

by H16Flyer, published

Indoor QuadCopter by H16Flyer Mar 17, 2013

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Its a small Quadcopter you can fly inside and not break stuff. The Props have guards to protect your walls and all electronics are protected inside the case.


I will update with instructions once I get it flying. And put on the BOM

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What do you resize this to and did you get it to fly

Here is a list of parts I used. But the frame is too heavy so I wouldn't recommend using them.

QTY 1) Rhino 1550mAh 2S1P 25C Lipoly PacK

QTY 1) OrangeRx R610 Spektrum DSM2 6Ch 2.4Ghz Receiver (w/ Sat Port)

QTY 4) TURNIGY Plush 12amp (2A BEC) BESC 4

QTY 4) 18-11 2000kv Micro Brushless Outrunner (10g)

QTY 6pc)5030 Propellers (Black) - 3xCW and 3xCCW - 6pcs per bag

Qty 6pc)5030 Propellers (Red) - 3xCW and 3xCCW - 6pcs per bag

Qty 1) Hobbyking KK2.0 Multi-rotor LCD Flight Control Board

maybe 1300mah or lower battery, 2300-2400kv motors? 12A escs can handle them.

="thingiverse-04beb026201ce4b3261d8d6f182e1e9a:disqus" href="http://disqus.com/thingiverse-04beb026201ce4b3261d8d6f182e1e9a/H16Flyer This is a really great design. I'm really looking forward to your new design as well. Any way you could list the BOM for us in the instructions? I have some ideas that I'd like to play with, but I am a total n00b with quadcopters! Thanks in advance!

Parts came from HobbyKing. It ended up being too heavy to be any fun though. I guess it's back to the drawing board.

where do you get the motors / controller?

This is really freaking sweet man, good job!

It is 12"x12"x1.5" with guards. The guards get glued on later so I could print it on a 10"x10" table. It weighs 1lb with electronics, hardware and battery.

Cool :-)

Yey another completely printed quadrocopter frame :-)
Looks really sturdy, how heavy is it?
I really need a bigger printbed to make mine with some protectors, too :-)