Micro-Lite Tops-65

By Jimmy2Fast4U on Jan 11, 2020

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Top mount 65mm Ultralight Toothpick (DVR), monocoque bonded carbon frame for ultimate lightweight, ultra aerodynamic skinny arms with unobstructed air flow, weight balanced on all axes, optimized antenna and wire management, camera tilt calibration.
AUW 75.4g including Buzzer, LEDs, AXii & DVR

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-X3-   Jan 14, 2020  
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Awesome and very clean !
I'd love a top-mount toothpick like this !

StickyRice   Jan 11, 2020  

This looks so goood!! how does the front and back assemble tho thats so clean that i wasnt sure it was possible. Also wowww 75grams!! thats REALLY light for a topmount!

Jimmy2Fast4U   Jan 12, 2020 
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the frame is bonded together using a special structural carbon adhesive, i had to make a jig to hold everything in place for bonding.
my objective was to make a balanced top mount thats the same weight as a regular toothpick. this one is 75.4g, but with other parts it could be 70g or less.

StickyRice   Jan 12, 2020 
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damnn thats pretty unique. Havent heard a method like that anywhere else here. Goodjob!! im really impressed. show us when she flies :D

Jimmy2Fast4U   Jan 12, 2020 

thanks, will do

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