Eachine E010 camera mount for the TX01 AIO FPV

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Eachine E010 camera mount for the TX01 AIO FPV by vzzbx Oct 15, 2016


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This is a mount for the TX01 AIO FPV system for the Eachine E010. It might also fit the Inductrix but I have not tested it.

The angle is 20 degrees. You can always alter this angle inside the OpenSCAD file.

Weight is about 0.7 grams.

Update Dec. 11 2016: added a new version which moves the TX01 6mm forward for improved balance when you fly with the standard size 45C 150mAh batteries. The STL with the 6mm suffix is the one to get.

Version for the EF-02 AOI can be found here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2111453

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Print in ABS for added strength, but should work in PLA as well.

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Works nicely on my Inductrix (Tiny Whoop) with a TX02. Had to cut off the rear "triangle" pieces, since they don't support anything really and don't fit between the rear ducts on the Inductrix. Also, the Whoop is now a bit tail-heavy - have to push the battery further forwards, otherwise it doesn't hover nicely, instead flying backwards at zero stick.

Yeah, might need to make a modification to put the cam a little bit more forward as it tends to hang backwards on the E010 too. Since I am using non-standard longer batteries it compensates for the backwards hang thingie...


Printing 3 of these off now :)

Which screws are needed?

The same kind of screws that hold the board onto the frame. I salvaged a couple of screws from old quads or a transmitter, not exactly sure.