I printed and used the Doinker by TheShortCrayon. Its a great frame, but found that I wanted to be able to customise the sizing in many ways. Unfortunately, as I use fusion 360, editing meshes is difficult.
So I modeled my own whoop in Fusion 360 using parameters which allows me to create different sized frames (for different props) quickly and easily. If anyone knows if this can be converted to a SCAD model easily, I may create a customizer here on Thingiverse.
I also remixed the TX03 camera mount by SerxioSierra which works with the protection from the kit1-double-bent-short-2.4 STL listed on their thing page.
I've added the Fusion360 Archive as well so feel free to modify (improve) it. I'd love to see what you do (especially making it more parameter based) so please share!
Using my model I printed a 100mm whoop frame (suitable for 60mm Props) and built it for 3S batteries. It was printed in PLA at 100% infill with simplify3d slicer. It weighs in at 28.8g (with nothing fitted).
The parts I used:
- 20x20mm Betaflight F4 Flight Controller with Integrated Flysky Receiver (banggood)
- 20x20mm 4-in-1 15A Hakrc 2-4S ESC (banggood)
- DYS BE1104 6500KV 2-3S Brushless Motors (banggood)
- Racerstar 2435 PRO 2.4inch 4-blade Propellers (banggood)
- Various M2 Nylon hardware from this kit from banggood
- Eachine TX03 Camera / VTX AIO (banggood)
- Diatone Mini 5V 2A BEC v2.0 (banggood)
- 3S Batteries. I used these, but I think I may need to get some with a little higher capacity (850mAh).
Example gear needed to operate this whoop:
- Flysky RC transmitter (banggood)
- Video Receiver and Screen - I use fatshark goggles but an all-in-one LCD/RX will work (banggood)