Micro Whoop (Potential Record)

By JasonFPV0 on May 14, 2019

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I have completed what I think is the smallest tinywhoop/raceable drone in the world as of September 2019. If you find a smaller whoop, let me know.

I have no issue with anyone using anything of mine as inspiration or even recreation, although mentioning me if you post something about it would be much appreciated, as I would like to do to Oscar Liang, whose Angry Oskie inspired me to build this, and I used a modified version of his frame. Here is his link:

I will add a list of the steps I went through to make this here and add/remove pictures when I have time.

I have printed out the frame parts in PLA, and intend to machine frame out of POM when I have time.

Feel free to ask questions/request help or files (I will upload to thingiverse edventually) in the comments.



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