Synergy Cinewhoop

By vnsilva on Feb 19, 2020

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This frame was designed by be, after much research and analysis
trying to improve the problems I saw on other similar drones, with tips from friends.
And the result was sexy :)
With the advantage that it will float if you go to the bath

Weight Net (Frame + Hardware): 170g (+/-3g)
Motor to Motor diagonally: 169mm
Motor mounting pattern: 12mm x 12mm
FC Mounting Pattern: 30.5x30.5 20x20
Camera Mounting Pattern: 19mm (Micro)
Caddx Vista compatibility (DJI)
Motor cables pass-through the ducts

No prop strikes
No need for prop cutting

1x 1.5mm 3K plain weave carbon fiber top plate
1x 1.5mm 3K plain weave carbon fiber bottom plate
2x Ducts with support for SMA antenna (Right and Left)
2x Front Mount TPU for micro cam
1x Rear mount universal TPU Black (SMA, Crossfire, frsky, spektrum...)
14x Standoff knurled 25mm
28x Allumium Screws M3x8
8x Frame Bumpers PETG
4x Motor Bumper PETG
1x Supports for GoPro (Available for Session 4/5, Hero5/6/7 softmount and Hero 8)

Available as a Bind and Fly
Possibility to choose a custom color scheme


you can get some parts and print it yourself

Leds on ducts

Good crash resistance



Part List


Synergy Cinewhoop
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Flight Controller

Aikon F4 MINI2020 + OSD (4 builds)


Spedix GS40F Mini 4in1 40A - 3/6S - BLHeli_32 ESC


4 x T-Motor F1507-2700KV (2 builds)


HQProp 75MM pour Cinewhoop - PC (2CW+2CCW)

FPV Camera

Runcam Phoenix 1000TVL CMOS FPV Camera - Lumenier Edition (White) (3 builds)

FPV Transmitter

TBS Unify Pro32 HV (MMCX) (75 builds)


Antennes TBS Triumph PRO MMCX - RHCP


TBS Crossfire Nano RX (SE) (335 builds)


Batterie Lipo Tattu R-Line 6S 1050mAh 95C (3 builds)

3D Printed

3D Printing Services
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