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180 size micro quadcopter frame

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180 size micro quadcopter frame by tgaframe Sep 1, 2015
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This is my new micro quadcopter frame prototype. TechyBee. FlexyBee's new little sister.
I wanted to share with you before producing. Perhaps it will remain as prototype, i'm not sure. If you like it, print it and fly it.
Some Technical Specs.
Volume: 65 cm3
Size: 190mm wheelbase (motor to motor)
Render equipments:
1806 size motor,4s 1300mah battery, 4" propeller, 200mw vtx, 25x25 fpv camera, Go pro3 camera.

You need complete to this frame,
M3 tap for screw holes and 4 pcs M3x10 screw.
Please print it with high density as much as you can.

Please visit my website for another frames.
www.tgaframe.com

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Jun 27, 2016 - Modified Jun 27, 2016

How do I print the top? There is no part to lay flat. Would be a bit easier if you made the gopro mount an attachment (with C.A.) so that the top can be laid flat. I ditto the comment by scratchymaster about cracking in a crash. For this reason I use aluminium verticals with ABS frames. Nice design though.

If the holes in the upper frame are tolerance well, it shouldn't require a tap. How does that upper frame fare in a crash? I haven't had much luck printing structural posts vertically; cracks easily form between layers.

Tolerance of holes are enough to tighten the screws. You don't need M3 tap actually. Tighten the srew carefully with a little force is enough. Every 3D printout has a same problem, unfortunately cracks easily.

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