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Micro Cloud Copter: Customizable Quadcopter Tricopter Hexacopter Octocopter Multirotor!
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A customizable brushed micro multicopter frame inspired by Benedikt Haak's dream catcher quadcopter frame (The Ultimate Micro Quad). It has a motor pop-off feature that protects the quad during impacts, and the floating Flight Deck which dampens vibrations. Several valuable improvements are implemented:
Each motor is fixed to a casing which protects the leads, reduces motor twisting, and secures motor end-caps during crashes.
The Micro Cloud Copter can be customised to suit any reasonable number of motors, any multicopter configuration, and any size of brushed motors, including mixed sizes (theoretically).
The Micro Cloud Copter is implemented in OpenScad for easy customisability.
The project is hosted at https://bitbucket.org/alejandroerickson/micro-cloud-copter/overview
Just print a frame, some motor jackets, Benedikt's Flight Deck and assemble it with loom bands as shown in the picture.
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