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EarlPrinter

4x4.5 Propeller

by EarlPrinter Jun 20, 2016
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I have nothing against an idea that might get you back in the air without waiting weeks for shipping, but be careful, as motors have increased in power over the past 3 years since this was made, these could actually be ripped apart and explode upon punchout. Be VERY careful when using them, and I'm also genuinely surprised they don't cause tons of vibrations.

Ummm.... Yeah looking at them myself they'll work.... but like snipthecat said they will be incredibly inefficient. If you looking to try these on a quad I would have to suggest against it. If you were to try and punch out or move quickly to avoid a collision, you would probably hit the object before you get enough distance away from it with these props. Also, like he said, your battery draw rate will be much higher and you risk burning up an esc.

But I mean, hey, if you don't care and just wanna try them out for the hell of it go for it by all means!

Tried them on my quad, they work, it flies, however they are very inefficient even after balancing them. Compared to the cheapest commercial 4x4.5 props I have, the current consumption goes from 10Amps to 32Amps for hovering!

do you have a video?

Will this fit on a E310 tuned propulsion?

Hi. I will print for this frame
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:919482
but before. I want to make sure, this propellers does it works ?
I will use ABS. I don't want my drone to hit the floor :D :D
(sorry for bad english :)

UBQ 180 200 unibody quadcopter

Yes these props will certainly be able to fly your quad. Just keep layer height large and infill at 100% and nozzle temp hot.

Yes these props will certainly be able to fly your quad. Just keep layer height large and infill at 100% and nozzle temp hot.

you should do a remix of this so you could stack two to make 4blade props.

Ill give it a go

Ill give it a go

print 3 blades props :)

Very awesome! I've been waiting for 3D printed props!

Thank you. If you need a particular size of prop then feel free to let me know and I'll design it for you. With the more props I make I'm getting faster at creating them.

I'd love a 3 blade version of this 4x4.5 prop for the Tyrant 180.

Well I'm looking to get one of those. But would it be possible to make phantom props? Just for the fun of saying you had printed props