S1 Digital Punk

By M490fpv on May 07, 2020

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This is my second Source one build. I like the frame very much, it is a great platform to design new parts.
I just wanted to give more aggressive shape to this frame, so designed a special top mount to be used to attach GoPro or crash flip fin.
This design uses DJI fpv system, so i designed the air unit and camera mounts.

I really like how the gray/orange theme looks now :)

All prints are available here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4343785
Except the arm protectors, that are not my design, are here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3756936


Part List


TBS Source One 5" Frame V3 (3 builds)

Flight Controller

Iflight SucceX-D F7 TwinG V2.1 Stack (F7+50A ESC) (2 builds)


4 x T-Motor Pacer P2207.5 - 1950kv


HQProp ETHIX S5 Cinematic Props (10 builds)

FPV Camera

Unité aérienne DJI FPV (131 builds)
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TimJC   Jun 21, 2020  

How is durability with the 3rd row of standoffs removed? Does the Air Unit support the top plate in that location?

I have parts on the way for this style slammed DJI build. Thanks for the files.

M490fpv   Jun 21, 2020 

when you print the air unit mount of hard tpu (98A), it will support, together with air unit, the center section really well.

AirCinema   May 10, 2020  

Looks awesome! can you please tell me your weight without the gopro and the battery?

M490fpv   May 10, 2020 

thanks! this bird weights 468g without gopro and battery.

lb2e   May 08, 2020  

hello your gopro mount doesn't shake to much?

M490fpv   May 08, 2020 

no it is quite

M490fpv   May 08, 2020 


lb2e   May 08, 2020 

perfect i have to try to modelise one. thx

Logic   May 07, 2020  

How did you create the 3d images ?

M490fpv   May 07, 2020 

Parts have been designed in Fusion 360 and Tinkercad. Frame parts I scanned with normal table scanner and converted to .svg -> import to Tinkercad.

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