3D printed nano bullet

By gioclava on Jul 19, 2018

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I tried to make it as aerodynamic as possible.
Frame is fully 3D printed main structure is ABS, canopy and body TPU
48grams without battery
77grams with battery
It hovers great, it should be fast. testing it in 10 days!
you can find the files to print it yourself here•••



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benjo   Jul 26, 2018  

some canards on the front would look cool

QuadStar Drones   Jul 24, 2018  

Love it!

Notagolf   Jul 22, 2018  

Dumb question but how do you launch and land a design like this?

eatkabab   Jul 21, 2018  

This is awesome!! How fast can you get it to go?!

dafunk   Jul 21, 2018  

Sick design !! Always nice to see something new

quadcrazed   Jul 20, 2018  

do you have the files for it, this thing looks sick, i'd love to build one myself

Rc Exp   Jul 20, 2018  

Please upload the files on thingiverse! I have a 16x16 esc and old 1103 motors which would go straight to this!!!! I want to make one pleaseee it looks so fas

gioclava   Jul 20, 2018 

I created an account, but they don't allow new users to upload files for 24h.
I will update STL files in the weekend and postthe link here

Rc Exp   Jul 20, 2018 

Awesome :) thx

gioclava   Jul 21, 2018 
Jodie Froster   Jul 20, 2018  

Cool design, can't wait to see the flight footage! How are you planning to take off and land? Do you have a launching stand? Are you going to hand catch it?

gioclava   Jul 20, 2018 

Planning to print a launch stand, for testing I hand launched it!
For landing, just disarm 10cm from ground ;)
Once I finished drawing the launch stand, I will add it to the thingiverse project

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