Core Micro v2

By lustertone on Apr 06, 2019

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An update to my Core Micro frame. I was not happy with the performance of the Caddx EOS2 in v1 so I adjusted the design to allow use of a 19mm micro camera.

This is my first test of using the new iflight succex 16x16 stack. I also added 2.5mm arms just because it only cost me $0.30 more than what 2mm arms ran.

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tfernandes   Mar 20, 2020  

which frame is this i am looking fir information on the frame

lustertone   Mar 20, 2020 

This is my own frame design

tfernandes   Mar 24, 2020 

is it available on bangood. i need to get this frame. i have same fc but unfortunately cannot find anything on bangood or gearbest.

UpMostBeast FPV   May 03, 2019  

how tall is the succex stack?

lustertone   May 04, 2019 

15mm

UpMostBeast FPV   May 04, 2019 

is that top of the vtx to bottom of the esc or does it include the nuts/tpu spacers on the bottom and top.

lustertone   May 04, 2019 

its the measurement between top and bottom red grommets. i added a tpu XM+ mount on top and didn’t use the lock nuts and the total height us 20mm.

lustertone   Apr 22, 2019  
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Just a littel race testing of the design... Mind you... I'm not the best racer :P

Jodie Froster   Apr 07, 2019  
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Looks great!!

sergetania   Apr 06, 2019  
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It's an interesting frame 👍 Maybe a little bit more protection for the camera? How much does it weigh, just the frame?

lustertone   Apr 06, 2019 
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The v2 version with 2.5mm arms weighs 17g for carbon, screws and standoffs.

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