Naga 3 - the smollest 3" quad

By CarbonRain on Mar 11, 2019

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Originally designed as a 2.5" with propguards, I realised that without them 3" props would just fit with a couple of mm clearance from each other and the stack. Diagonal motor to motor distance is 110mm, making this just about as small as you can make a 3" build without vertically staggering the motors - actual distance between motor centres on the short edges is just 3 1/16"!

Only given it a quick test flight but it feels very nimble and surprisingly quick!



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Davidpe   1 day ago  

Really clean build! Nice work.

Rc Exp   8 days ago  

Holy hecc so seccy. Are you selling the frame or releasing files?

CarbonRain   6 days ago 

Thanks! Plan is to sell frames eventually, do need a little redesign on the canopy though - it's so tight that the camera can't rotate at all, it's fixed at 45 degrees!

Rc Exp   6 days ago 

speedy angle 🚀

Lylel   6 days ago  

Weight with a battery?

CarbonRain   6 days ago 

Just weighed it, 124g with a 450mah 3s pack. Thinking of picking up some 750mah to try too, should be enough to see me through 2 minute heats :)

duke_vah   9 days ago  

nice build. Where can I get the stl file for the camera mount?

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