Dirty Shrike V2

By dirtdiver on Sep 13, 2016

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5inch Shrike V2. So, so, dirty.



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aliimam   Nov 30, 2016  

Do you design all the 3d printed parts yourself on the builds, or grab them somewhere? Here and the xhover.

dirtdiver   Dec 01, 2016 

I design them myself. I've got some up on thingiverse. http://www.thingiverse.com/bryanpearson/designs

I'm also going to get them up for sale on my website soon too. Keep an eye out. dirtdiver.tictail.com

Whiffles   Sep 14, 2016  

I like your bench. It makes for a nice background. Oh and the build looks good too :)

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Whiffles   Sep 14, 2016 

Not a bad idea! I've got plenty of boxes around.

dirtdiver   Sep 14, 2016 

It works very well. The boxes I made are from old particle board. Just workbench height deep rectangles with a shelf in the middle. A good size for those large plastic slide-out organizers too. I can send you a pic if you can't mentally picture it.

Whiffles   Sep 14, 2016 

Sure, just DM me on FPVChat. I was thinking about using the many boxes of clothes we've got :)

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