ZMR250 DJI F7HDV

By Waffles on Sep 23, 2019

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Dodge   Dec 02, 2019  

tidy build 👍 , do you have a link to the 3d printed parts?

Waffles   Dec 02, 2019 

Thanks, here are the STL's and the zip contains the solidworks model. I am using a Dremel 3d printer that prints just slightly smaller than the model appears.
https://drive.google.com/open?id=10ejwcrlSd5xmpttzebnWSU2msuUtKFmH

Waffles   Sep 23, 2019  

I can't figure out how to update my current build posts, but here are more pictures of the insides.

Whiffles   Oct 04, 2019 
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Look for the red edit button to the bottom right of your builds to make edits.

Waffles   Oct 07, 2019 

Thank you

Waffles   Sep 24, 2019  

ghetto model in solidworks 2017

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