Landing feet/pods for the Peon 230 Quad by Tech2C. I made this leg because I like to have my battery pack below the platforms. I also made a suitable battery compartment to go with these feet and can be found here.
The pictures show the Peon 230 with a Runcam housing oin the top. The RunCam housing can be found here and is made by ptuxbury.
The six cylindrical 40mm spacers between the upper and lower platform are not part of the Peon 230 kit but should be standard nylon spacers according to the designer. I didn't have these in my workshop and as I'm too lazy to go shop-hopping figured these would be pretty simple to 3D print too and it worked out pretty well.
The leg wil fit around the outermost rectangular hole on each leg. It's a darn tight sqeeze - it has to be - to fixate it properly. There are two small dimples on the center post going through the rectangular hole in the arm to make the leg stay in place once it has been knocked in. It's so tight that you will probably need a small hammar to gently knock it place. You can also use a wise clamp. The keyword is: be careful.
EDIT: I have uploaded a smaller version of the original file. This one is optimised for 3D printers. If you have trouble slicing the bigger file, try the other.
Top/Bottom solid layers 3