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Please not this will not fit the new kk-2.1 for sale at Hobbyking
A low profile and light weight case for the Hobbyking KK2.0 Multirotor flight controler.
I printed this on a UP! which deals with the overhangs on the lid
For other printers I am not sure if it will work ?
When testing the fit with a friends KK board I notice that the newer boards have a JST connector for the buzzer,mine had a servo conector.
We think the jst plug will still fit in the servo hole if you carefully swap the terminals so the plug will work upside down.
I may fix this later hence work in progress.
the pins sit slightly proud with the top.
I'm not sure how well this will protect your board in a crash (i'm sure I will find out soon :-)
There are no holes in the base because I forgot to add them (I used sticky pads) i may fix this as well.
I used a single JWT conector and a single pcb header pin for the voltage conector
KK2.0 Flight Control Board Case by Jason-wratten is licensed under the Creative Commons - Public Domain Dedication license.
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