Mockup

3inch HD Nidici

By FissionBomb on May 25, 2019

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I repurposed some parts from various prior builds that failed for this reason or that. The result is a 3 inch that does 720p DVR recording with some of the lightest motors and stack possible. it jumps off the ground with just the slightest throttle. Flight time is excellent if exploring but has plenty of pop for Acro moves.

This quad went down mid-air over a lake for reasons unknown. Static and then just gone.

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StickyRice   Jul 16, 2019  
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heyy soo i got my frame (Gorgeous btw!!) and ive designed some 3d printed parts for it like arm ends, eos2 mount, antenna mounts, and xt30 mount. Ill be posting it soon in thingiverse!

FissionBomb   Jul 18, 2019 

I'd love to see your prints! Please link when you're done.

StickyRice   Jul 18, 2019 
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http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3753013 I might add more stuff soon~

FissionBomb   Jul 22, 2019 
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Really great stuff! Thank you for sharing.

StickyRice   Jul 08, 2019  

hows the frame so far? im planning on restarting my 3" rig on that frame!! looks great btw! once i get my frame im gonna make a bunch of 3d prints for it!

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StickyRice   Jul 09, 2019 

how about effeciency? whats your bat and flight times?

FissionBomb   Jul 11, 2019 

650mah 3S RDQ. Runs around 3 mins if pushing. 5 mins cruising.

StickyRice   Jul 12, 2019 
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Sweet, cant wait!!

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