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Travel Case for E-flite or Tiny Whoop 1S Batterys

by Damage Jun 13, 2015
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Thanks for the design. But what are the actual dimensions of the battery compartment? That would be much more helpful than people saying 'my xxx-mAh batteries fit' because capacity doesn't necessarily correlate with dimensions, e.g. GNB 260mAh LiHVs are 610.565mm, while BetaFPV 260mAh LiHVs are 6.5mm11mm56.5mm.

Had to make it taller to accommodate the 205mah batts. Works excellent.

I just uploaded a new version, a little taller and larger reliefs for "Powerwhoop" PH2.0 connectors.

Beware I had a friend print this and his aftermarket batteries didn't fit (height was too short). I think it's a great design, but please note that if you don't check your height of the largest battery against the internal storage height, you're going to waste 10-12 hours of printing! My friend doesn't draft, so I had to import the .stl, stretch it up to 2 5/8" total height (67.46mm), and send it to him.

Batteries have grown since I originally designed this. I am sorry to hear you wasted time and material printing something that didn't work for you. I did just uploaded a version for larger batteries.

A compartment for the charger would be a really nice addition!

I'll have to think about a good way to do it. I actually own 3 chargers at this point, integrating 2 might be a good fit. I want to avoid making it overly large.Someone had also suggested to me to make the dividers a little lower so that the batteries are not flush with then, Also a good idea I might implement. If I do these, I'll offer them as varients, not direct replacements for the original files.

Very cool, thanks for sharing!