Laser Cut Quadcopter Frame

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Laser Cut Quadcopter Frame by DylanFM Jun 28, 2013



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This is a quadcopter frame that I made using a laser cutter. It is designed to be cut out of 3.1mm (sold as 1/8") baltic birch plywood.

The whole thing is glued together. I don't have time or space to describe the whole build process here, but I have an instructable that give complete instructions for building a quad using this frame:

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Love the design cut one in acrylic on gravogragh machine took like 23 mins 100% power 5% speed 50w Co2 great design not using it for practical use but printing the parts to make it look the deal instead of making it a functional quadcopter :)

Hey there, whats the default wing span ?

I dont have it here in front of me, but I believe it was about 20" motor to motor

How much does the frame weigh?

The frame all glued together, before painting, weighed 7.1oz. Fully assembled like described in my instructable it was 1lb, 7oz I think.