Round 2

By Kiwirob on Nov 24, 2018

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After the RTK mk 1 I’ve now moved onto a different design. Its in its early development at this stage, the frame is currently printed out of ABS but I’m not sure it would stand up to a flight so I’m currently laminating up a carbon one.

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Ely   Nov 25, 2018  

lol racerstars the crippled motor

DustyAir   Jun 10, 2019 
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not really though

IcarusIX   Nov 25, 2018  

This looks awesome, are the braces cf? durability at first glance looks worrying but idk, good luck

Kiwirob   Nov 26, 2018 
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Yep it’s got a CF brace at the moment as the 3dprint didn’t have any real torsional rigidity.
So I’m going to ditch this 3d printed frame and make the whole thing out of carbon then I can also ditch the brace.

Kiwirob   Nov 26, 2018 

Yep it’s got a CF brace at the moment as the 3dprint didn’t have any real torsional rigidity.
So I’m going to ditch this 3d printed frame and make the whole thing out of carbon then I can also ditch the brace.

recon   Nov 25, 2018  
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This frame looks rad!

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