The UBQ 180/200 is a 3d printed unibody quadcopter. Main intention was to have a frame that's fast to replace and fairly light. You should be able to move to the new frame after unscrewing a few things and cutting a few zip ties. It takes about 10-15min to swap the electronics and motors to a new frame.
Flight testing showed that it is very sturdy, especially for a printed frame.
It holds common FCs and most ESCs. Even large ESCs like 20A Afros will fit, but it's gonna be a tight fit. Motor mounting pattern should fit almost any motor from 1306 to 22XX. Also standard FPV equipment fits in.
UBQ 180 - 4" props
UBQ 200 - 4 or 5" props
4-8 standoffs 35mm (skip them or use shorter ones if you don't plan to use the camera mount)
4-8 m3x12 metal screws
4-8 M3x6 metal screws
4 m3x 15 plastic screws (if you want to use them to mount the FC)
UPDATE 1: V2 files are out. they support 220X motors with 28 max. diameter and 16x19mm M3 mounting pattern. V2 files should also be a bit tougher due to thicker arms and other minor changes.
UPDATE 1.1: Top V2 file with more holes for rapstraps and VTX-extention cables
UPDATE 2: 180 V3 is out, it's a slightly different design with thinner arms.
UPDATE 3: 180 V4. V3 is already very very tough, but v4 takes care of the weakest part of the frame and has 6mm thick motor mounts.
UPDATE 4: lowrider top part - it's experimetal and WIP, but very very cool
UPDATE 5: TopV3 - 3mm thick and some rearrangements of holes and slots.
UPDATE 6: 20 degree tilted runcam mount - I recommend printing it from a soft material like soft pla, ninjaflex or bendlay. This one is still experimental, but the main UBQ parts are coming close to final state. Please be aware that this cam mount is thougt to be put on top, so you'll have to figure out how and where to mount your battery. The upcoming final frame files will have slots to mount the battery on the bottom of the frame.
UPDATE 7: A tiny runcam/mobius riser