Tiny Shiny

By Sasquads on Dec 19, 2018

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The planning was to make a 4s - 2" quad, with GPS.
That was realized, but the bottom plate of the frame is to thin. 1,5 mm is not enough for this motors and total weight.
I guess that's what happens, when you don't pay attention, while ordering.
Testing it, the motors became hot, so I decided to get a different frame.
I ordered a Diatone 2", plus configuration frame, which has a 3mm thick bottom plate.
All electronics will be transplanted before it had a decent flight, the poor little thing.

I thought I post it anyhow, because of the effort that went into it and it's looks.

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