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DJI Phantom 3 carry handle

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DJI Phantom 3 carry handle by Zoti Aug 11, 2015
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This is a carry handle for your Phantom 3 so you can use the quadcopter as a gimbal to steady your hand held shots.

Use without propellers, of course and at your own risk. I would suggest using a rubber band to make the handle clamp the drone stronger.

Made from three parts. Some fitting will be required.

Youtube video demo: https://youtu.be/Ory49N_0Ulw

If you want to sell my design on eBay or anywhere else you must ask my permission first.

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can anyone print this for me?

They sell them on eBay (without my permission of course :-)

Printed one of these and found the clip on ends as well as the opening for the battery to be too loose for comfort. I caught the P3 mid-air after lifting from table. Any tips on how to ensure security is improved?

Use a rubber band to pull the front and back part together.

Having issues printing the handle. Bottom layers are really flat for me, so there seems to be little bit of a overhang on the first few layers. Any idea how to fix this?

Zoti - in reply to h3nno

I printed on a raft and then used a file to round things off.

Zoti - in reply to h3nno

Print with a raft to raise the whole print off the bed. After it's printed use a file to round it off a bit.

h3nno - in reply to Zoti

Ok. So before you left your comment i decided to flip it up 90 degrees so it's standing up straight. Will see if this works, otherwise I'll try the raft. Thanks

I have them all as one file. Just print one at a time.

Nice but only for very big 3D Printer, please make 3 pieces alone for pront

Aug 12, 2015 - Modified Aug 12, 2015
LucidPsykosis - in reply to kulfon250

Import the file into something like SketchUp and export them individually, much simpler than waiting for the designer to do it. Plus, its good to know how to do this for other models you come across here sometimes.

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