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TINY WHOOP SCISKY VERSION updated! by TomoQuads Jun 25, 2016
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Remixed TINY WHOOP SCISKY VERSION for 6mm motors.

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Hey Tomo, this .stl is showing holes when brought up to slice in these software tools: Z-Suite & Cora
Tried to get a print done via 3dhubs but no go.

How much does this weigh?

Printed. It's 8gram. Ori inductrix is 3gram.

Aren't the stock motors 7mm?

nice work

but its longer in one direction, any tips on how to mount the hardware?

In my ignorance I didnt realise this was Scisky - I thought it was a direct replacement for the Tiny Whoop (Inductrix).

Printed well, supports made some areas messy but would clean up.

Have you test this with any 6mm motors? What do you recommend to use? Whats the print frame weighs? Thanks