iFlight DC5

By Ikuiku on Jul 21, 2020

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Ended up gutting one of my 6" analog builds and throwing the guts on to this frame. My only concern with this frame is that the arms look pretty weak and they dont seem like they will hold up in a crash. But so far it's a keeper.

8/14 Just added some arm braces designed by JTR1 https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4557318 These braces made the arms feel super solid and will be able to handel impact now :). I'll fly it once the weather start the cool down.

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