Toothpick 3

By disco-volante on May 06, 2020

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Low-profile TP 3 build with Nameless RC AIO & DVR-VTX, Baby Ratel, Crossfire and Minimortal T.

Motors: Amax 1303 4800kv

Canopy based on the fantastic looking Babytooth Classic design by TIBDREN; modified for Baby Ratel. It now also works as front/back pressfit standoffs for the boards. Printed with Sainsmart TPU, 90% infill.

Be careful when mounting the Amax motors. The provided 4 mm screws are too short, 5 mm are too long. I ended up using the latter with thin m2 washers, now they sit perfectly flush.

Dry weight: 64g

I hate working on that micros with no space and tiny soldering pads, but the results are often quite pleasing. I hope you like it.



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Zin_007   16 days ago  

Hey guy. Nice build! How about the recording of NAMELESSRC D400 VTX + DVR AIO 25-400MW 720P RECORDING?

disco-volante   15 days ago 

Thanks! The recording quality is quite good with the Baby Ratel. It's not looking blocky at all, but actual resolution is always limited to PAL/NTSC of course.

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