MicroBlivion II Bling

By dwhacks on Sep 02, 2019

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Dave_C's Microblivion II frame 3D printed with Filaments.ca EcoTough PLA and tempered on the bed for ~1hr @ 75-80c

Still waiting for the GNB 2s batteries. Currently flying with some AirBladeUAV 500mah 2s batts.

This is my 3rd print of the frame. The first one I didn't temper and it broke the first crash. The second one I tempered 45 min @ 70c lasted quite a few batts until an incident with a rock. The third one is holding well so far.

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HK-AERIAL VTOL   Sep 07, 2019  
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I had a Calimero printed in nylon. It's tough as nails.

Igi87   Sep 04, 2019  

nice build! how do you like the motors?

dwhacks   Sep 04, 2019 
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They feel really well built, and fly very well. I will note, 3 of the 4 seem a little different. One had longer screws included and didnt spin as long as the other 3 when giving them a "flick" with your finger.

Igi87   Sep 06, 2019 

okay, thanks for your feedback :)

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