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20° Hero 3, Immortal T, GPS, VTx Antenna mount for 7" Martian?

by RocketFPV Aug 20, 2019
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damn its crowded. actually rx T antenna would be better in the back (see my holder https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3843419 .. maibe remix it).
i'd like to see some videos from this quad before i print mine. still i think it adds quite a bit of weight. thx for sharing .cheers.

martian 2 - TPU r9mm vertical + vtx pigtail
by yo8aiv

It is quite crowded but it’s meant to be a one stop shop mount for everything. I don’t use the VTx one for now to separate the Rx antenna from the VTx a bit but the option is there if needed. Easy to remix and remove one of them. It makes sure everything is at the perfect angle. It is quite heavy though since it’s 100% infill and the walls aren’t thin. Though it creates a very robust mount to protect the GoPro and antennas.

What kinda video would you wanna see that the pictures don’t cover?

What material will you use? Tpu? Petg?

I used TPU but anything flexible should work. It just arrived today but I haven’t had a chance to upload pictures and comments. There are some minor edits I want to do before I call it “final” but it 100% works the way it is now. I’m just anal and want to refine it a bit for you guys. Though I will be flying this current version and already have it mounted on my quad with zero issues. Feel free to let me know if you have anyway questions.

I think it's an exceptional configuration friend, I will print it this week and try it on my quad as soon as possible.
I'll wait for pictures to see how it looks on your quad
ood job :)

Thank you very much! Everything has been update and pictures posted (Website is having issues showing them on my end for some reason, let me know if you cant see them and I will see what I can do on my end)