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nano qx frame and crashcage

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nano qx frame and crashcage by louis2 Aug 10, 2015
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Une série de chassis de 90,100,110 ou 120 mm au choix et les crashcage associées. Utilisables avec la carte du nano qx de blade et des moteurs coreless de 6 ou 7 mm. (type chaoli cl-... que vous pouvez trouver par exemple chez micro-motor-warehouse.com)
Il vous faut également des batteries 1s type "baton". (E Flite, Parkzone ...)
Sur les photos vous avez une version 90mm et une de 120mm. (les deux avec des moteurs cl-0615 de 11000kv) Toutes imprimées en PLA avec des couches de 0.3mm.
Evidemment c'est plus lourd qu'un chassis de nano qx d'origine. (difficile de faire plus léger en impression 3d)
Je vous conseille fortement d'appliquer un point de colle sur les cables des moteurs et entre les moteurs et le chassis. Histoire d'éviter qu'ils tournent sur eux mêmes et abiment les fils.
Noms des fichiers : 1er chiffre = taille des moteurs / les autre chiffres = taille du chassis. (exemple nanoquad6110 = moteurs de 6 mm / chassis de 110 mm )

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Very good design☺ Does the nano qx still fly well with the added weight?

It's just a few more grams. There's no real issues with the weight.
But i have printed it in pla. And the arms bented down with time.

English translation from Google Translate:

"90, 100, 110 A series of chassis or 120 mm wide and associated crashcage. Usable with the map of nano quintals of blade and coreless motors 6 or 7 mm. (type Chaoli cl -... you can find for example in micro-motor-warehouse.com)
You also need batteries of the type 1s "stick". (E Flite, Parkzone ...)
In the photos you have a 90mm and 120mm versions. (both with cl-0615 engines 11000kv) All printed in PLA with layers of 0.3mm.
Obviously it is heavier than the original nano chassis quintals. (difficult to make lighter 3d printing)
I strongly advise you to apply a dot of glue on the cables between the engines and the engines and chassis. History to avoid that they turn on themselves and damage the son.
File names: 1st digit = engine size / size = the other digits of the chassis. (eg motors nanoquad6110 = 6 mm / 110 mm chassis)"

Pardon my use of English - my French is worse...
Really excellent design, it seems, will definitely try this, my original Nano QX frame is bent anyway.
Which size worked the best for you?

With the original propellers, i personally prefer the 100 mm wide version (the original frame is 105 wide) With the cheapest "eachine" propellers i'm using now, the 110 or 120 mm version seem more stable.
But honestly it would take me more test to say it for sure. In addition my current engines and propellers are very tired. So ...

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