By ThePanda on May 09, 2017

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THE PANDA MULTIROTOR X-220. This is one of my custom designs it's a 220 true x frame. 6 piece so 4 individual arms and 2 sandwich plates. I'm using the shendrones facegrabber pod printed by Phoenix 3d, he does amazing work with tpu.



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fpvYou   May 22, 2017  

what cnc router you are using ? I want to start making prototypes as well

ThePanda   May 22, 2017 

I wish i had a cnc but i just send my deaigns to cncmadness and have them cut totally a shot in the dark with every frame.

fpvYou   May 22, 2017 

what software you would recommend to use for designing frames ?

ThePanda   May 22, 2017 

I just use the free version of qcad

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