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Interlocking Brick System MicroQuad
by ulflindestrom, published
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These are parts you can use together with your favorite interlocking brick system (e.g. LEGO) to build your own awesome microquad.
Since far from all printers are perfect I made these parts customizable which means that you can adjust the size of the studs and holes to get a really snug fit with the interlocking brick system of your choice. You can also adjust motor size, arm length on the motor mounts and the size of the plates on the mid section.
The midsection is only needed if you want to build a X-type quad.
DO NOT use the auto generated STL under the files section, it'll probably not work even on the most precise printer. Use the "Open in Customizer" button on this page or even better download the scad-file and make your changes in OpenSCAD to avoid cluttering Thingiverse with measurements that probably only works on your printer
And if you do print these parts I'd love to see your awesome build, so don't forget to post a "I Made One" :)
Short clip of it flying
Added a simple mount for AiO fpv cameras
Velleman Vertex K8400
Print a single motor mount and test fit. Adjust the parameters and make another test print. Continue this process until you have a really snug fit, then print the rest of the needed parts
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