NOTE: It has been discovered after a crash that the camera-retention zip tie is located such that it pushes on one of the super-tiny surface-mount resistors on the WolfWhoop WT03 camera. If you crash just right, the resistor might be broken off, severely affecting the performance of the camera. The leading theoretical solution at this time is to place a bit of foam [tape] under the zip tie or use some potting compound to protect the surface-mount components.
This part was designed as a replacement upper frame for TJ William's FliteTest Gremlin frame, specifically using the Wolfwhoop WT03 camera, however its since been discovered that this frame also works for a Lumenier AIO-200 if you mirror the design (I'll make separate files for each later, but in the meantime you can just mirror the file in your printing software. Special thanks to aaronaltounian for helping figure it out!). I designed it for three reasons:
1.) I wanted the circular polarized antenna on my quad to be protected from landing (read: crashing) upsidedown
2.) I bought a FrSky X4R-SB 3/16 receiver in order to have the telemetry features (which I DID get to work), but didn't realize until later that it didn't quite fit in the stock frame WITH the camera inside the frame...
3.) I wanted to!
Camera has a 10-degree pitch. If there's interest for more/less aggressive angles or no antenna shroud at all just so you can have the extra space under the frame for electronics, I can easily produce variations on this design, so leave a comment if you'd like it modified in a specific way!
Version 3 needs screws to hold the upper frame to the lower frame and glue or double sided tape to hold the camera to the upper frame.
Version 4 uses zip ties.
This design is realistically a work-in-progress as I improve the design for strength and weight reduction, so expect to see variations on this frame design as the spirit moves.
Leave fan on during print.
Recommend using flush-cutter pliers for trimming some of the supported areas, but your printed might be better tuned than mine and not need as much post-production work.
Feel free to take the model and modify it however you like. I only ask that you post a picture on Thingiverse. Not because I want credit - I want to see where people's creativity leads them, and want to see cool things!
Version 4 has been released! This version is designed around the idea of using little zip ties to hold the upper frame to the lower frame, and one mini zip tie to hold the camera onto the upper frame. There are channels inside the frame to accommodate the zip ties.
Pictures will be added once I get my replacement lower frame in to replace the one I crashed.