Jyuichi-go Microblivion II 3"

By irmanhilmi on Aug 15, 2019

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Basically a transplate of https://rotorbuilds.com/build/19294

3D printed Microblivion II frame by dave c fpv https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3792194
Frame printed in PETG, 100% infill.
19x19 Sanchez pod

1306 4000kv motors, Flies awesome on 4S 450-650mah

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Jodie Froster   Aug 16, 2019  
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Clean!
Also, how much does the frame flex when you runnin them gunz?

irmanhilmi   Aug 16, 2019 
1

It flexes quite a bit actually, since it's PETG. I prefer printing frames in PLA since they're stiffer but this one is a bit too thin for PLA.

Dave_C FPV   Aug 15, 2019  
1

Again a really nice and clean build! But also there motors are much bigger than what I intended the frame for! Let me know how the frame handles them :-)

irmanhilmi   Aug 16, 2019 
2

Thanks. As expected (similar to the CF frame and 5mm Sanchez that I printed for my previous build), the extra weight and power sorta makes the quad flies really awesome (better hang time) but made the whole frame prone to breaking easily. Both the printed 5mm Sanchez (PLA) and Microblivion II (PETG) broke on crashes on grass, will try the Calimero now. I might have to start using 1404s tho, these Emax 1306 has really tiny wires near the windings which break really really easily.

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