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Replacement frame / body for Walkera QR Ladybird V2 (or V1) Quadcopter

by JoeMattie, published

Replacement frame / body for Walkera QR Ladybird V2 (or V1) Quadcopter by JoeMattie Apr 17, 2013
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I kept breaking the frame of my LadyBird, so I designed one that I can print. It is pretty strong but light enough to work just fine! :)

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Print at 40% infill. Unless your bridging is calibrated perfectly (mine isn't) you will probably need to file some of the sagging material away from the battery compartment to get the battery to fit properly.

The openings for the arms might be a bit undersized. If so, just widen them with a small file or hobby knife. Be careful though, you want the arms to fit snugly!

Mount the electronics using the small rubber spacers from the original body.

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would you be wiling to make a couple prints, and selling them me. I keep breaking mine

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