KwadKarl WeeMix #2 by Rotorious FPV

By daich on Aug 20, 2019

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this frame is much closer to the final product.
much much easier to build, slightly lighter and more robust.

I love how this flies. Smooth and well balanced.

The Runcam Nano 2 died on me so there is a Caddx Eos 2 temporarily in it's place.

If you're wondering how the nano 2 died, there was a break in the glued in harness so when I dug away the glue and desoldered the cable, unfortunately the video line's pad got lifted.


1 September 2019
Tried out the HQ prop 65mm push on bi-blades - they are smooth! quieter than the kk65

Production Frame is available for purchase!

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soothcoder   Oct 08, 2019  

Would it be possible to get one of these frames? (even if they are still in development)

daich   Oct 10, 2019 

i believe the production frames are going to be available in the coming week or so at rotoriousfpv

Nikotttin   Aug 21, 2019  

very nicely designed frame, i like it! :)
Did you put something to dampen vibrations from the frame to the camera? do you get any jellow after some crashes?

daich   Aug 21, 2019 

Thanks, kudos to Karl. This is definitely a sample of his finest work.
The camera is mounted on TPU printed material so in a way there is some isolation. I have only put in 3 packs and haven't crashed it hard yet but some other testers haven't had issues with vibration coming in as jello. The KK65 props are generally well balanced. Add a decent motor (avoid happymodel) and you should be jello free. Although I live in London where I fly mostly in an overcast setting

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