Skele7on - Mobula7 frame replacement.

By Taylormadearmy on Jan 09, 2019

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Direct replacement for the Mobula7 frame which you can use 55mm or 65mm props with.
Only extra hardware needed is a couple of m2 screws for the battery holder and the props.

Update - I've tweaked the frame design slightly which had stiffened it a lot and hugely improves the flight performance. I also added a lot rider camera mount.

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matthew saigon   Jan 12, 2019  
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this kababfpv video has pid in description. check it out.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1M9WutEXIZc&t=192s

matthew saigon   Jan 12, 2019  
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sorry, this might not for you, but for people who stop by this page. if you haven't gotten the board, get beecore f4 10A. F4 and 10A!! with 10 amps you'd have a lot more option with motors and props. this is my next build, beecore f4 10a board, 1104 7500kv, gemfan 3025 bi blade, 450 2s.

drumdude0   Jan 09, 2019  

Flight footage?

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sergetania   Jan 10, 2019 
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Very impressive performance! I think Kabab suggested PIDs in one of his videos on the subject. They could be a good starting point.

Taylormadearmy   Jan 11, 2019 

it's designed in TinkerCAD... Happy to give access to the design but not sure that will help if you want to tweak it in a proper tool?

Taylormadearmy   Jan 11, 2019 

Ahh. Don't think i have airmode on. looking at the video the weirdness happens on low throttle so that's probably it...

QuadConnect   Jan 09, 2019  

From a design standpoint I'd filet the edges more. Looking good tho, I'll probably print this sucker out myself! What material did you use?

Taylormadearmy   Jan 10, 2019 

I designed it in TinkerCAD so easier said than done 🤣
Its printed in polycarbonate. Its such a great material for these small drones...
I did a test print in nylon-CF and I reckon it will stand up to a reasonable amount of abuse. ABS may work too - its such a light build after all...

sergetania   Jan 09, 2019  

Sorry for being very sceptical about ability of the frame to withstand crashes. The spot where the motor mount connects to the arm just doesn't look strong enough. I may be totally wrong about this. Have you crashed this drone a few times yet?

Taylormadearmy   Jan 10, 2019 
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It's polycarbonate...
Trickier to print, but it does allow designs like this to be virtually indestructible.
ere's an idea of the abuse it can take:

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