This is our 250 size miniQuad that we've been marketing to the world. We've been running a service where people who buy our kits can come to our shop to assemble them. We help with the assembly and then offer to get them up and flying with their new quads. Its been a very popular service but limited to our local area.
Now we're offering our quad frame design as a download here on the net. If you would like to build it, we can supply the parts kits necessary to finish it off. ( Not including camera systems, we carry those separately. )
And the assembly manual (Work in progress) : http://leftcoast.biz/media/miniQuad/miniQuad%20assembly%20manual.pdf
12/9/2015 Update :
Added Flip standoffs. These are little cones that you need to hold down your flight controller. Mounting them cone down makes for a small footprint on the PC board so you don't crush the electrical bits. Then it gets wider at the top so it can be held down with a #6-32 Nylock nut.
Added 1/2 inch spacer. This is the spacer called out in the instructions for setting the depth of the locktite-ed in motor studs.
Added stud tool. This makes bolting down the stud mounted motors a lot easier. You can see how this is used in the instructions.
Added Flip Base. If you need to program a 30mm x 30mm flight controller this makes sitting it level on your desk a LOT easier.
5/13/2016 Update :
Sold the Quadcopter part of the business. So I removed the links to our online store. Seeing we no longer have anything in stock. When I get a viable link to the new owners, I'll post it here.
RAFTS : Only the mini Pan & mini Lid are printed with rafts. They need to be orientated vertical and the raft is necessary to hold them to the print bed.
These are three bottom plates. The difference is decided by what, if any FPV setup you would like to run.
mini FS bottom plate : This fits the standard Fatshark Dominator goggle set that almost everyone uses. (By far the most popular option.)
mini FSSny bottom plate : This fits the Fatshark transmitter with the very popular Sony camera.
mini Sny bottom plate : This fits the Skyzone transmitter with the Sony camera.
There are 3 different arms. mini Arm 2 is the standard arm for all locations.
If you would like to mount some Adafruit Neo Pixel sticks on on your miniQuad:
The upper body already has mounts built in for an Adafruit 8 LED stick tail light.
IF you would like to mount a pair of these 8 LED sticks to the forward arms, mini LED arm (Port) & mini LED arm (Starboard) are used for that.
Adding an extra processor: For lights, autopilot, what have you. The Sony/Skyzone version of the quad has room to use the http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:729459 to mount an Adafruit pro trinket inside between the rear arms.
Some examples of how we've set up for lights & second processor:
The Pro Trinket : https://www.adafruit.com/product/2000
Light bars : https://vimeo.com/120994547
LIghts #2 : https://vimeo.com/120866527
Police & floodlight : https://vimeo.com/120127973
The loops on the Lid :
These are for pressing in standard LEDs they fit perfectly as a light press fit.