Toby-O - Dquad Obsession inspired-zmr250 conversion
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This is a new spin to the beloved Toby-X using some cool new concepts introduced by Dquad Obsession (full credit for this concept goes to the designer of the Dquad Obsession). The center plates should be printed in either ABS, PLA + or PETG. My personal choice is PLA + and I use the THUGH middle plate for extra strength. The arms should not be 3d-printed, instead use the compatible ZMR-250 carbon fiber arms. For best results I printed the oval parts in TPU at 120% extrusion multiplier, 3 walls all around and 30% infill with supports.
UPDATE:new v2 version adds a fourth standoff for extra rigidity and so it's compatible with any D-Obsession accessories, for anyone interested in making accessories or mounts the last 2 standoffs are set 20mm apart at an angle of 30 degrees with respect to the bottom plates. Also included in the files, a simple vtx antenna mount designed by DanThompson880.
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