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Eachine Wizard X220 Pod (R02)

by PaddyJaki Mar 1, 2018
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Hello mate,

I loved your design. Nevertheless, I have a question. Since the battery goes on the bottom part, I noticed that in one of the pictures there is a yellow plate protecting ( I suppose) the battery from the bolts that come out from the frame. Do you have also the file for that plate or could you please point me into the right direction. Thanks!

I used the bottom plate from the Dgr8one85 pod

You'll find it at the link below


Eachine Wizard X220 POD

What material did you use to print this? My slicer generates support in places for which I wonder if they will stay once printing.

I printed in both ABS and PLA. You do not need supports in the antennae tunnels, and there is a tunnel inside (on the roof) of the pod which also does not need supports

Would it be possible to get the source file of this design? I would like to make a lot of small changes.

Does it take only 1 lvl of stack for AIOs or it can fit more in?

I don't know, I only have a PDB, FC and fs-ia6b Rx in a 'stack'. If you have a smaller Rx (and can fit it toward the rear of the pod), you could probably get another level on the stack (where i have my fs-ia6b)

how does this bolt to the frame?

Newest version (R02) uses M3 x 10 bolts and M3 Nuts (inserted into the pod). See pics.

Is this for the X220 or the X220s? I think it will work either way, but I'd like to know. Thanks.

If the stand-off locations on the x220s are the same as the x220 it should fit, but I do not have an x220s to confirm this.