After trying out more than 8 of the existing frames in the market, ranging from 135mm to 330mm size frames, all of them which were great frames but somehow I always felt that they were not able to meet all my preferences.
My personal preference was something smaller than 250mm while still being able to fly with a well protected gopro, flying with a gopro mounted on the top plate of a quad always had me worried as it felt pretty exposed to me. I also enjoyed building my quads and was always looking for a versatile frame that would allow me to build different configurations with it to suit different purposes instead of just one.
Thus I embarked on the project of designing my own frame, it may not be the fastest frame or best looking frame out there, but it should cater to fellow hobbyist who prefers more space and protection on their quads.
Designed to unique, compact and light, balanced with durability.
- 148mm MTM
- 2mm Thick Top Plate
- 4mm Thick Bottom Plate
- 1.5mm Thick FPV Cam Side Plates (30mm height)
- 12mm Diameter M2 Motor mounting holes (1407/1507 motors)
- 20x20 and 30x30mm FC mounting holes. (Recommend to use 20x20 FCs and ESCs Combo)
- Suited for Runcam Split camera width (22mm), but also usable with 19mm Cams using spacers or alu brackets that comes with the camera
- Front 2 motors must be mounted upside down (on the underside of the bottom plate) to fit 4" props.
- Slots available underneath the FPV cam and 2 back arms to secure zip ties heatshrinked with standoffs as 'legs/stands' to keep the front two motors above ground. Alternatively, you can replace the front ziptie by securing a 30mm standoff underneath the FPV cam with a m3 screw.
- Battery can only be top mounted.
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