Licorice220

By Tnuki on Sep 06, 2017

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Briefly Flying FPV   Sep 10, 2017  

Wow! What an awesome idea! Congrats dude!
Did you use all 3d printed parts for the top plate? How do they hold up?
Cheers!

Tnuki   Sep 11, 2017 

Yeah just the top plate is 3d printed, it holds up alright though I've already had to replace the back end of it once.

Briefly Flying FPV   Sep 11, 2017 

Awesome! I have a couple of spare top plates, thinking of cutting them and do the same... What height are those small back stand-offs?
Thanks dude!

Tnuki   Sep 11, 2017 

I was thinking of cutting up some top plates as well, just couldnt find a place nearby that sells them. The lowered standoffs are 20mm, and theres maybe 1mm of room between my FC and the roof.

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