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AirBlade Immortal T Antenna Mount

by airbladeuav Mar 5, 2019
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Thanks! Cool thing.

I've been thinking about a way to incorporate this into an Armattan Chameleon Ti frame (which doesn't have any standoffs).
Any thoughts?

Just added 2 more files, it can be mounted on a screw, give it a try and let me know

This works great. Flying it successfully on two quads. Very innovative and useful, appreciate you uploading it for free. Thanks!

could you make an end that takes standard antenna tubes?

do you have the OD of the tube?

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Love this! I had to print at 120% to fit a 6mm diameter standoff and an r9 T antenna, it's a bit tight on rotation but doesn't torque off or anything of that sort. With that done it went together great!

It's intentionally designed to be super tight so vibration can't rotate it in flight. The R9 antenna must be slightly different than the immortal-T but you're right, just enlarge it to fit and you should be golden

I don't know if it's my 3d printer that makes weird things but :

  • Socket had to be enlarged by 8% to allow the ball to even move.
  • Ball broke at the first print because the socket didn't allow it to move =/

On my alfawise u30, I just enlarged the socket piece to 108% and everything is fine. It moves well, but not too freely :)

I'll test it in my next flight :D !