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GeneralDiscuss on the "General" forum for the Quadcopters group on Thingiverse.
As the title states I would someone to design me a drone. I'm a Beginner in this whole 3d printing process. So, I was hoping someone could either help me with tips on the best types of drones, the easiest type of drone, cheapest drone, etc. This would very much be appreciated. The second option is you could design me a drone or recommend a drone that has clear and easy to understand wiring. If you could do either of these it would make my day!
I'm looking for a beginner tinywhoop build - ideally 65mm.
Can anyone please recommend one with 3D printed parts?
I really like the design of the r3dwhoop zerograv (https://www.r3dshifters.com/store/p23/www.r3dshifters.com/r3dwhoop-zerograv.html.html).
It would be cool if there would be the possibility to mount an insta360 go along the way :)
Thanks a lot!
I just realised that I'd never post my design here. So here it is.
The idea behind the frame is to use the laminate concept to make the arms as rigid as possible.
I'm working on a new frame (dead cat style) inspired by the 3" Japalura that will fit the same Canopy.
I created a full mod to enable Flysky FS-i6 and FS-i6X to use almost any frsky module on the market from TBS crossfire to R9M and even the Multiprotocol Modules.
Check it out have a detailed video on the build process also.
I'm working on a new quadcopter design in my spare time. I'm not an experienced pilot but I built 4 designs from Thingiverse and they've all turned out great, so I thought why not give it a go? I quite like learning new software and it's quite easy to get a copy of Fusion 360.
There are already a lot of open frame designs out there that fly great so rather than create another open-frame design I thought I would try an encased design, inspired by the new generation of DRL Racers. I know what you're thinking... Dumb idea, too heavy! And that's probably correct. This project is not about creating the most efficient or fastest drone. It's in fact a largely about learning new software and getting my design out there for people to have fun with. Ideally, I would like to create a manual that provides assembly instructions, parts list, etc.
It would be great if someone was interested in testing the design before I release publicly.
I've attached a WIP render - I'm currently printing the first prototype, checking tolerances and weight calculations.
- Refine the shell design
- Design the integrated mount for Session 5 and FPV camera.
Hopefully, this post isn't totally boring, WIP images attached for info.
Hello, i'm new to the drone scene and thought i would try to make a beginner drone that i can integrate into my graduation cap for my senior year of high school. I am willing to spend around a hundred dollars on this project but i need some guidance on parts to buy and assembly. If anybody could help it would be very appreciated. I also have a resin and Lulzbot 3D printer and moderate 3D modeling experience. Thanks
Hello every one! im new to the fpv drone but not to rc,been flying planes well over 3 years but i been wanting to try the fpv out with a micro drone. I have a 3d printer and seen alot of builds,since im pretty much an addict of building things, what would you recommend a new person wanting to get into fpv to build its own micro-drone?
i have a xm+ receiver for my frsky and i can make a frame, but i dont know what; micro controller to get,motors,esc,battery and camera? thanks!