foldable multiwii quadcopter
by muellerr_ch, published
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this is my first foldable quadcopter that i designed to accompany me on hikes in the mountains. the model was created in creo elements express (free cad package from ptc). the model can therefore be modified freely.
here's a first film of the thing in the air:
the main picture shows the quadcopter after the first crash. despite a free fall of more than 20 m nothing major got damaged except for the legs that broke off.
quadcopter on my site:
- 3d print the following parts:
- house_1 to house_6
- mount_1 to mount_4
- ball_1 to ball_3
- cut an 8 mm carbon rod of 1 m length in half
- cut 3 pieces of 70 mm length from a 4 mm carbon rod
- cut lid_1, lid_2, lid_4, lid_6 and lid_7 from 1 mm birch plywood
- cut lid_3 and lid_5 from 2 mm birch plywood
- glue an 8 mm carbon rod to house_3
- glue an 8 mm carbon rod to house_4
- glue mount_1-4 to the ends of the 8 mm carbon rods
- glue the 4 mm carbon rod to the legattachment
- glue the balls to the other ends of the 4 mm carbon rods
- assemble using m3 bolts and m2 bolts for the motor attachment ...
further material required:
- 4 esc's (turnigy multistar 10 a)
- 4 brushless motors (turnigy mt2204-14t)
- 4 propellers 8x4.5 cw and ccw
- 2s lipo 2200 mah
- multiwii mini (40x40)
- rc receiver
foldable multiwii quadcopter by muellerr_ch is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.
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