ChopSticks V2.1

By StickyRice on Nov 11, 2019

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So this isn't new and kinda a remake of a frame I wished I had continued earlier. This isn't finished at all. I just want to show people how it's going so far. This is ChopSticks V 2.1.
I'm testing this first than asking others to test it because I want people to have an easier time compared to the last version. Heres a sneak peak!!

It's currently exclusive to the TH AIO board because somehow it's a super reliable board but soon ill have one that fits the traditional whoop boards, and you'll be able to use your normal toothpick canopies. This setup is for testing only. I highly suggest using newer 1103 motors.

Again, its a work in progress
If you want to hear more about this frame and future things I plan to make, please subscribe to my channel and maybe follow me also in Instagram (@pilosopo_pao)

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calenewman98@gmail.com   30 days ago  

Wow thats pretty sweet man!!!

StickyRice   30 days ago 

thank youu!!

Junnicutt   Nov 11, 2019  

great job, are those still 2mm rods?

StickyRice   Nov 12, 2019 

i've moved to 3mm but im sure if you still want to use 2mm its fine...just need to edit the files abit

fovea   Nov 11, 2019  

very nice! thanks for share!
i specially like the look of the new simple canopy of v2

StickyRice   Nov 11, 2019 
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ikr!! i prefer the aio cameras so might aswell make it look simple 😅

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