The Microblivion II

By Dave_C FPV on Aug 15, 2019

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The Microblivion II is the latest iteration of my 3D printed toothpick frames. While I usually use bigger 1404 motors on my 3" Toothpicks I tried to keep this one way lighter since a 3D printed frame is inherently less stiff and robust. The 1104 7500kV T-Motor F10 performed great on 2S overall.
All STL files can be found on Thingiverse: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3792194 and my Youtube video contains some flight footage:

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Jodie Froster   7 days ago  

So slick man. I especially like the contours on the canopy.
Mean muggin' (like a dark and brooding snowflake)

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