This is a drop in replacement for the stock frame of a Gaui 330xs. The original frame was cheap and flimsy, and this has proven to be rock solid, better in a crash, and has better wire management.
I've finished design on a few upgrades that make the frame much much tougher. A prop snapped today, and it fell a good ten feet and no breakage on the frame. This is a seriously high performance machine.
Recent test went like this, take it up to ~30' turn on throttle hold, it hit the grass arm first with no damage!
Also, 3 kit versions are coming, along with some minor upgrades.
Print all parts at 40% infill
1 main section
4 motor mounts
8 m3x10 machine screws
4 m3x22 machine screws
A gaui 330x kit, or equivalent.
Print all the parts at 40% infill
Starting with one arm, place a motor in a motor mount, and bolt the combo to the arm, feeding the wires through the hole. Now place the speed controller in it's pocket, and attach the banana plugs. Repeat 3x
Now mount one arm into the main section by carefully running the wires into the main section, and through the holes in the top, then carefully run a m3x22 machine screw through the main section, GENTLY tighten. This is a tough material condition and is done so on purpose, so that it breaks in the event of a major crash because it is the quickest print.
Add velcro to the bottom, and mount all the electronics to the top with servo tape, and you're ready to fly, no soldering or modifying. Let me know how it treats you! This thing is in progress, and I will release a battery keeper.