This is an FPV conversion frame for the Hubsan X4 107c.
- You will have to remove the camera that comes with the Hubsan X4,
- You must shorten, remove, or tape down the four corner lights (I shortened one of the red lights and removed the rest, there's blue leds on the board for syncing)
- The original screws used to mount the board in the Hubsan X4 will fit the mount/stand offs, I do not know the size, I know that all of the screws that hold together the Hubsan X4 107c will fit these holes.
- To complete this frame you must download one of the tops from punkkills' Micro 105 FPV Quadcopter. I have named my frames v3 and v4 as they are equivalent with punkkills' v3 and v4 frames.
For info on FPV gear read the sections in punkkills' post titled: "All in One FPV Gear", "DIY FPV Gear", and "Video Options"
As per the suggestion of punkkills, you may use nylon nuts and machine screws.
Personally I have only used the printable Screw Replacements by navyblueboss.
Settings suggested by punkkills
Layer Height: 0.3mm
Bottom Piece: 4 Perimeters
Top Piece: 2 Perimeters
Extrusion Width: 0.48mm
This frame is heavily based off of punkkills' Micro 105 FPV Quadcopter, specifically his V3 and V4 frames which improved on the strength of his earlier versions and added a battery mount respectively. This has the same dimensions as punkkills' frame as far as the motor placement and screw holes for the top. All of the credit for this design goes to punkkills.
I will be adding pictures of the frame and cleaning up the summary in the coming days.