Asterix 3D printed 3 Inch

By Dave_C FPV on Jun 17, 2019

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I released this design a few months ago and felt like giving it a little update and making a nice new build. The perfect excuse to give in to my chronic FPV addiction and get some shiny new parts in awsome matching colors haha ;-)
The frame is available on Thingiverse along with all my other designs https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3452434
and in the comments you can find a YT video explaining my build and the frame in depth.

Cheers,
Dave_C FPV

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IcarusIX   Jun 20, 2019  
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Youove got some of the best looking designs ive seen, keep it up! I really like this design on 3 or 5 inch, its got a convenient element with the traditional frame construction but also incorporated the fact that you can get better design when not restricted by using flat carbon plate with better arm design. followed.

HK-AERIAL VTOL   Jun 23, 2019 
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I really had to have 'em. Check me out: https://rotorbuilds.com/build/18617.

HK-AERIAL VTOL   Jun 17, 2019  
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I love it... I just got some Hyperlite 2204's I'm gonna put on an ARS-5, but I'm still waiting on this company to deliver my Calimero (Apex Sonic 1103 9999KV's !?). I can really just see some of those 5-6S HGLRC 1408's on the Asterix. APC's all around... It's gonna be a fun summer!

Dave_C FPV   Jun 17, 2019  
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