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DJI F450 top cover and top plate with FPA (water resistant)
by GRees, published
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This is a top cover and top plate designed for the DJI450 that protects the quad from damage, and keeps everything tidy. The top plate also provides extra surface area for the user to add more electrical components among other things, and the cover fits snugly over.(((warning, the top plate will cause problems printing. The problem is that there are small extrusions around each hole that do not allow the plate to lay flat on the bed. Because of this the printer will get jammed up and make a huge mess. The best fix for this is to edit the ipt file and take away the small extrusions that are the cause to the problem.)))
Top Cover with FPV-
1 print with low resolution upsidedown with rafts and support (Makerware)
2 have the part upside down
3 put 7/8" rubber grommet in camera hole
4 use standard board FPV camera
5 push camera head into the rubber grommet
6 place telemetry through the hole in the back, and join it with the antenna on the other side
1 print in standard resolution (Maker ware)
2 screw 3d printed top plate over the DJI F450 top plate
How to put the cover on-
1 place the cover over the top plate
2 zip tie cover to arms using tabs (only 2 needed)
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DJI F450 top cover and top plate with FPA (water resistant) by GRees is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Non-Commercial license.
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