New Micro 008

by Printluk
New Micro 008 3d printed Miniatures Maker/DIY
New Micro 008 3d printed Miniatures Maker/DIY
New Micro 008 3d printed Miniatures Maker/DIY
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New Micro 008 3d printed Miniatures Maker/DIY v5: new micro 012.stl - Uploaded on 25 May 2013 [Success]
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  • White Strong & Flexible

    White nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.

    $22.69
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a slightly smaller version, for motors (7x20) that can be clipped in, from the sides. holes 4x 20x20mm and 2x 15x18mm for Hubsan weight: about 6g only! a very silent flier, feels better than the original hubsan

Dimensions

IN: 4.774 w x 1.218 d x 4.774 h
CM: 12.126 w x 3.094 d x 12.126 h
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This is an incredible body/frame. I'm using it with Walkera Ladybird V2 parts, and it is very responsive and agile. It looks fragile, but it is actually deceptively durable. Multiple indoor crashes never resulted in any damage to the frame. It wasn't until I took it outside and did an inverted dive into the asphalt from over 100' that I broke it. Yet amazingly, with 8 individual fractures in the frame, it is still holding together fine and maintains enough rigidity during flight that performance isn't really affected. Perhaps even more amazing was that the only parts I had to replace after the crash were props. The RX and motors all survived without any damage whatsoever. This is probably my favorite of Printluk's frames, both for flight performance and durability. I have two more on the shelf for when this one finally gives out.
September 28, 2013, 3:58 am
This is an incredible body/frame. I'm using it with Walkera Ladybird V2 parts, and it is very responsive and agile. It looks fragile, but it is actually deceptively durable. Multiple indoor crashes never resulted in any damage to the frame. It wasn't until I took it outside and did an inverted dive into the asphalt from over 100' that I broke it. Yet amazingly, with 8 individual fractures in the frame, it is still holding together fine and maintains enough rigidity during flight that performance isn't really affected. Perhaps even more amazing was that the only parts I had to replace after the crash were props. The RX and motors all survived without any damage whatsoever. This is probably my favorite of Printluk's frames, both for flight performance and durability. I have two more on the shelf for when this one finally gives out.
September 28, 2013, 3:56 am
Thanks! Great tip!
August 1, 2013, 3:37 pm
@Jarco you could also use the motors from the syma X1 they have long wires and they are stronger too!
August 1, 2013, 2:55 pm
@Printluk I Know, i was having some trouble with the original lengt of the motor wires. Sound a bit negative but dont get me wrong. Great Job!
July 31, 2013, 8:12 pm
@Jarco very nicely buildt! a micro is always narrow, so I use a magnifier! cheers Printluk
July 31, 2013, 6:01 pm
Great body! Looks fragile but its verry flexible and strong. The only downside was putting everything together in the narrow spaces. Feels realy good when flying.
July 31, 2013, 9:07 am
 
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