DJI Phantom Legs
by cooasty, published
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Much better stability in landing.
This setup allows quick change out of parts when broken. I hand launch and retrieve to reduce breakage. These legs will add 10 grams over original skids.
Broke all four legs in a hard landing. Used a piece of soda straw and crazy glue for repairs.
Original concept came from http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:393103
Miguel Ceccherini did all the CAD work. All original files can be found at his link.
- Body Mount. No changes in scale of body mount. Needs 8.5 mm hole chamfered for fit up. Sliced a slot in end with
two hack saw blades together to slide campus wire through. Printed on side for a stronger print. Used card board for
temporary support. Clean M3 holes with 1/8" drill bit.
Leg. Printed at 1.015 scale with 3 to 4 mm wall. Scale may vary due to printer & settings. No infill. Nice fit up after
filing ridge from printing. I increased leg length 10 mm for more camera clearance. Turn 180 degrees to print. Will provide about 130 mm height.
Compus/Antenna Mount. Scale to fit. This .stl file should be close. Drilled hole for Zip tie.
- Hand launch and retrieve will save landing gear, props & prop guards.
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