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UPDATE JAN 31, 2017:
I've decided to make the pro canopies (2 awesome versions) available for free for everyone to enjoy and hopefully make this frame reach out even more people. Donations are greatly appreciated!
I've decided to create my own X (stretched-x) frame, it is meant to be used with ZMR250 arms and standard aluminum poles. This means that those owning the trusted ZMR250 can upgrade to an X frame that performs like the 100USD ones being sold out there. Please leave your feedback and comments.
I recommend to buy the arms and just 3d-print the body (at least that's what I'm doing).
GoPro mount: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1543416
For the camera mount, since there are so many cameras out there with all kind of sizes available... I won't propose one, this frame is for the DYI kind of person who will have no trouble mounting a camera. If you want inspiration, I used 3 small zip ties (look in the pictures) to fasten the camera to the front poles (one goes around the lens the other two go though the first one and the poles), and then I tilted it to the desired angle and secured it as needed. Or just use any of the two awesome canopies!
UPDATE April 25/ 2016:
new THUGH middle plate has been uploaded as an option. A friend of mine suggested a thicker middle plate as piece of mind for those who crash a lot (like me) so I tried it and I have to admit that I love it, I have upgraded all my quads to have a thicker middle plate now. this is really not necessary but it does provide a piece of mind for those who want an almost indestructible center plates. you will need a fairly large screw though ( > than 15mm).
UPDATE March 13/ 2016:
I've modified the files based on the feedback I have gathered from all the amazing people who tried the Toby-x and loved it!.
a)The first upgrade is the top plate, I've increased the plate thickness as well as the thickness around the pole holes, I've also added more room for camera angle (camera mount in the works), two slots for mounting the rtx antennas and a hole on the back for the vtx antenna.
b) The holes overall were slightly to tight and some shaving off was required, I've increased the hole size to 3.16mm which seems to be the sweet spot for m3 bolts
c) The bottom plate has slightly bigger battery strap slots, the preferred way of using these slots is to thread the battery strap in between the bottom and middle plate, I've seen some people threading it from the bottom and out to the sides but that could make the slot's arms break in a hard crash.
0.3 is fine, 0.1 for ultimate strength
Number of shells : 3,
Material : ABS or PETG