Pit's Might

By Pit on Jul 28, 2019

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My version of a sub 80 gram park flyer.
3mm carbon fiber base & harness type printed parts for maximized cooling, convenience and camera safety.
44.5 grams as on the pictures. Sub 80 grams with 450mah 2S battery.

Note that the frame base on the pictures does not have a flat head bottom, but the armattanproductions listed frame does. They are otherwise identical.
Printable parts can be found here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3775816



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Jodie Froster   Jul 28, 2019  

Well, I love it. I have to say I had thoughts about how much weight you added for that blowhole you put the Rx antenna through, but honestly it needs the help. The cap is looking heavy, but I did notice how clean it looks.

Pit   Jul 28, 2019 

The printed parts are about 3 grams together, so it's in the same ballpark with most canopies in thingiverse. I found that harness type printables work better for keeping the unify nano under bearable temps, plus some other positives I mentioned in the OP.

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