Blue Dove 6S

By M490fpv on Jul 03, 2019

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Got few Iflight Dove 5" frames.
Iยดm having a Iflight Xing blue/purple 2207 motors, so decided to make the color match(ish) parts :)
Remixed some cam mount and crash flip fin, plus designed a special tx antenna mount, micro axii mount and cap/XM+ holder and mixed all together.
Blue prints are TPU A98 and purple ones are Filaflex A82 (had huge problems printing these with Ultimaker).
Came up really different? :)

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sunnysunny   Jul 09, 2019  
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The information you have posted is very useful. The sites you have referred was good. Thanks for sharing
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eduenlamer   Jul 05, 2019  
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Love the colourscheme! Clean build as usual๐Ÿ‘

M490fpv   Jul 06, 2019 

Thank you for your kind words! ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ‘

rolan9342   Jul 04, 2019  
1

hola donde puedo encontrar los stl para las impresiones

M490fpv   Jul 06, 2019 

Sorry, cannot share the stl's.

SkyLine FPV   Jul 04, 2019  
1

can you explain why the back motors are outer wider than the front motors? ive seen it on a few frames, dont know why it is.

M490fpv   Jul 04, 2019 

to help the rear motors have more clean air instead of the turbulent air from front motors. That's why many frame manufacturers offer also hybrid versions of their frames, like pyrodrone floss 3.0 and catalyst raging Droner 5R. this cleaner air helps with fast cornering.

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