CineBleu - Squirt v2

By o5b0rn3 on May 22, 2019

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I wanted to build the Squirt v2 after reading Nurk's blog http://paulnurkkala.com/cinewhoop-the-shendrone-squirt/ . Unfotunately, when I wanted to purchase it, I could only get the frame from ShenDrones. The 3d parts were not available (I think they are available now).
I had my 3d parts printed by Jack Higgins at https://www.facebook.com/groups/315905552404441/?ref=group_header . I am happy with the prints.

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HK-AERIAL VTOL   May 31, 2019  

I was wondering what effect can you perceive from the ducts? More thrust/less propwash/more effecient?

o5b0rn3   Jun 01, 2019 
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It helps with more thrust and stabilization. It also helps to safely fly close to people. For more info please read Andy's blog.. http://www.shendrones.com/squirt-v2

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