I saw that Jesse Perkins is selling a 3D printed tiny whoop frame called the "RaGG-E Frame" but I've seen a lot of people complaining on the tiny whoop Facebook forum about it being to heavy and just flying like crap. (I do not own this frame so I cannot give an opinion). So I decided to design a stupidly light tiny whoop frame. I call it the Acro Whoop Frame as it is so light. If you print this please share a photo I'd love to see.
Expect to see more tiny whoop designs such as a 3D printable canopy that weighs less than 1g.. and more tiny whoop frames ect..
will need to print
4 prop guards
4 motor covers
1 connector version frame
1 soldered version frame
DIFFERENCE : soldered version has little holes near the motor mounts for the wires to go threw . The connector version doesn't. as the connector is to big.
use superglue to glue the prop guards and the motor covers to the frame