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TheDronanaut

Acrobrat - Hatchback Mount

by TheDronanaut Sep 19, 2018
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I love the design. it looks good and is compact. But, I have too many rx loss issues when the quad is facing me. The back part of the carbon on this frame is very efficient at blocking the signal.

Could you please make an XT30 version of this mount? Thanks

Thanks for the patience! Give the new "Rear Mount v10 - XT30 v2.stl" file I uploaded a shot. I don't have a need for this, so send me any feed back for tweaks :)

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Yes, an XT30 mount would be awesome. Please!

Thanks for the patience! Give the new "Rear Mount v10 - XT30 v2.stl" file I uploaded a shot. I don't have a need for this, so send me any feed back for tweaks :)

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Thank you for this. I am currently trying to figure out how to print TPU with supports. If I had a dual extruder this would probably be easy but with only one extruder i can't seem to get a print where I can actually separate the support from the part without destroying it.

Which slicing software do you use? Airgap?

I use Simplify3D. My problem is that i only have a single extruder on my printer and can't get a nice print with tpu because my supports are either too far to be useful or too close to separate form the part cleanly. I wouldn't have this issue if I could use pla or hips for my support material.

I don't know anyone that uses dual extruders to print TPU with PLA filament structures. Not saying you can't, and I do know about dissolvable filaments for structural materials. I suppose it could work with TPU ...

Me personally? I just tuned my templated over a series of hours. Additionally, Depend on the complexity of the part, I use either Simplify 3d or Cura. I find Cura supports at 25% are a little easier to remove without trimming and hand pull away.

My S3D I've had tuned and not used any printer profiles from the portal. Out of curiosity ... what 3D printer do you have?

With all that being said, I rarely have any issues pulling supports from my parts. I finish up what's left with side cuts :)

Cheers!

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