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Islemunda

Micro Quadcopter Drone Frame V2 (Made for Hubsan X4 electronics)

by Islemunda Jul 22, 2015
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Hi! nice design bro!
someone print the propellers for this model?.
what is the motor size?

thanks in advance

This looks great. The weight of the frame in PLA is 8.2g and the factory shell is 9.1g

This is awesome! Totally going to get a Hubsan and try this frame out. Might even fit some decent FPV gear for some goggles!! :D

this is a great design which was far more stable than the stock chassis. However the motors keep popping out, what is everyone else doing to keep motors in place?

Late answer maybe, but a nice flat layer of hot glue on the bottom should do it. Also protects the motor cables! Electrical tape around the motors could work too.

How did you mount the camera?

Could you make the H107L version? I think it has 7mm motors.

Can someone link the parts that I need to buy once I have printed the frame? Thanks!

2 questions,

1, What is the weight difference between your frame and the basic X4 frame?

2, Has anyone tried printing it in carbon fiber PLA yet? How does it handle a crash in that material? If not I shall be the first to try and report.

I have this idea running through my head to do micro FPV filming in the wilderness where I will be at high risk of total loss crashes. I live in Alaska so harsh climate, dense woods, extreme inclines, water everywhere, you get the idea. Assembling my own Hubsan based drones using your frames will reduce costs a lot when things go wrong and the frame is very open for me to experiment with hacked Chinese cameras until I find the mix of quality and cheapass.

2 questions,

1, What is the weight difference between your frame and the basic X4 frame?

2, Has anyone tried printing it in carbon fiber PLA yet? How does it handle a crash in that material? If not I shall be the first to try and report.

I have this idea running through my head to do micro FPV filming in the wilderness where I will be at high risk of total loss crashes. I live in Alaska so harsh climate, dense woods, extreme inclines, water everywhere, you get the idea. Assembling my own Hubsan based drones using your frames will reduce costs a lot when things go wrong and the frame is very open for me to experiment with hacked Chinese cameras until I find the mix of quality and cheapass.

Hi Marco!

That is not me! Thanks for your reaction!!
I will contact the Ebay-seller about it for copyright reasons..
Thank you ;)

Hi.
This very cool design, but I have a small request , the quadcopter that comes right out of the frame is printed in 3D is not it?
if you have the design of the drone, can you tell me where you get it?

Hi!

The quadcopter that comes in the right is a Hubsan X4 H107D frame.. I bought it at banggood.com

Goodluck!

Hi, I printed it out and used with Mirco MWC board and 8.5mm motors. It flies great but the arm broke off at the first light crush into the wall. Do you think you could share the original design file so I could try to make a reinforced arms?

Hi Czayen.
Cool that you printed my design!
I already uploaded the original design file. You can just download the file and modificate it.
I designed the frame using Tinkercad. You should try it out. It is really simple...
Good luck!