Lots and lots of updates to come. The whole ecosystem is now no longer limited to 3", but includes 2", 2.5", 3" and 4".
This is a whole eco system for 2" to 4" quads and hexas of various kinds and with various pods.
Note that, contrary to just about every other micro-frame, the stand-offs for the canopies and pods are independent of the FC mounting screws, so if you crash, your FC won't be smashed.
Get all the things milled from highest quality carbon fibre from Armattan Productions.
Having fun toturing some old, beaten 600mah 4s with my tanky_110
JBee_FPV made one with a 4mm ABS plate at first and now changed to 3mm CF. He used pretty much the same hardware as suggested here -- and as promised, it RIPS and he really knows how to fly it beautifully! Check this out: https://youtu.be/Jw82vWrvvQk
My friend skynetcom is working on a remix canopy for HS1177 type CCD cameras:
Featured by FuriousFPV, generating the most likes on his instagram so far
@Cboniks remixed a version for 1104/1105 motors:
now on rcgroups: https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?2798066-Green-Bee-(110mm)-Smallest-Possible-3-Piko-BLX-Frame-3D-Printable!
accidentally featured in a vlog: https://youtu.be/id4KAspdSeY?t=9m40s
The view through the goggles is my 110 with no tune and completely un-calibrated osd
now comes with motor/ arm protector shoes.
now with pictures of CF plate.
The bottom plate can either be printed, laser-cut or milled from carbon fibre (In the pictures included, I used 4mm UV-flourescent acrylic and 3mm Armattan CF). Needless to say, you have to be very careful about what material you use, or you may end up with a quad that breaks very easily. To avoid heartbreak, I strongly advise to head over to Armattan Productions (see above) and get a supreme quality carbon fibre bottom plate from them.
There are a variety of pods available here and on armattan. You'll have to source various components yourself (standoffs etc.).
The smallest canopy needs to be 3D printed and is intended for Diatone-type CMOS cameras. It also holds the beeper and the hole for either a VTX whip antenna or SMA connector jack. I recommend using either abs and placing it in an acetone vapour chamber for a very smooth finish or to print in high quality TPU or Polyflex for an indestructible canopy. Keep in mind, depending on your filament and printer you may have to play around with the scaling a bit to have the cam fit, and holes line up perfectly.