By maulous on Jun 27, 2020

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When the new TOA lite 1507 came out this was a perfect time to create my first 3" build (6S) with the Karearea Titi frame.

Wanted to create something that looked small, mean but powerful.

POD Design created in Autodesk Fusion360
POD Materiel:- Polymaker PolyMAX PLA (polymaker.com/product/polymax-pla/)
Paint:- DNA Custom Paints (www.dna-paints.com)



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bopiloot   Jun 30, 2020  

Awesome cover! What does the cover weigh? Any link?

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bopiloot   Jul 01, 2020 

Well you did a nice job. I'm sure if you would sell the models you could earn a couple of bucks. Thingiverse is cool but I made some covers as well for the tyro79 and after 300+ downloads, I didn't even get a thank you, let alone somebody buys you a beer. There are some cool platforms, that are slowly growing and cause of designer get some money the quality is like it should be. Thingiverse is just swamped. This is my diatone R349

maulous   Jul 02, 2020 

I understand your view fully. We both know that it does take a lot of work to create these designs ( yours has a awesome look. Post more pics). We all do this for various reasons. For myself this is just a hobby where I like to show something different than the normal quad design for people to like or dislike. Maybe to inject some creativity into the community.
EDIT: Just found your other designs. Amazing.

bopiloot   Jul 03, 2020 

I couldn't agree more! You are the first person I am following and am looking forward to some new exotic designs.

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