Brushless 11xx indoor racer
Winter is here and it's time to fly indoors.
I always wanted a Tinywhoop. All these indoor videos in YT made me to create my own one.
One of the things that I really wanted to try are the influence of ducts on thrust as many mention it to add some extra lift performance which I can say definitely that it improves.
When designing a micro quadcopter you have to keep it light as possible and with my setup I keep it 48gr which is not that bad.
This frame is designed for 16*16mm pattern electronics
I included 2" and 2.5" props options
Print 100mtm frame with 65mm ducts to match
Print 80mtm frame with 2 inch ducts to match
I included Micro swift cam mount in case you need!
My setup based on 16*16mm electronics and 2S batteries
Super_S F4 2S Flight Controller and 4in1 6A esc's
1102 10000kv Brushless motor
Frsky XM+ receiver
Micro swift FPV cam v2 + 200Mw Vtx
2 Inch 4 blade props
To control my racing quadcopters I'm using Taranis X9D
You can benfit from the new budget Taranis X7 Transmitter
To print my quadcopters I use one of these printers:
Another brand I use: ABS 1kg.
Want the frame from carbon? Please contact me
I love to print my quadcopters from ABS, Petg, PC, Nylon.
ABS is quite good for testing if printed in the correct speed and temp.
Using the linked Filaments I print the ABS at 45mm speed and 235c
You can try acetone vapor process to stiff and smooth your print