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New H Frame 3d printed Maker/DIY White Strong & Flexible
White Strong & Flexible
New H Frame 3d printed Maker/DIY White Strong & Flexible
New H Frame 3d printed Maker/DIY White Strong & Flexible
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New H Frame 3d printed Maker/DIY
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New H Frame 3d printed Maker/DIY
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H4 hauler quadcopter

Dimensions

IN: 21 w x 2.375 d x 18 h
CM: 53.34 w x 6.032 d x 45.72 h
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@Gieljan I clearly misunderstood your intentions, my apology for that. however, with such a short comment you surely understand that it is easy for people to draw the wrong conclusions.
June 16, 2014, 8:45 am
@Art1st well, I have put a lot of time in designing this model. But i'm not ready to make the copter on my own. I thought this could be something new. 3d printed frames.. Nobody has bought it yet btw. So I was just looking for someone willing to try and make this thing for real. They were discussing affordable models. This was a great example I think. It's strong and not super expensive. And It's not like we're really stealing each others buyers. I wonder how many he has sold. same for me. We are doing this for fun / for our own. We would better become friends and learn from each other.
June 15, 2014, 8:27 am
@Gieljan dude your doing marketing for your own stuff on other peoples profiles? thats dirty man.....
June 14, 2014, 11:12 pm
@vetsflyquads check this out :) https://www.shapeways.com/model/1688324/quadcopter-frame-v-2-new
February 6, 2014, 2:31 pm
Hint: for a high strength-to-weight ratio think about using 'U', 'H'... thin-walled sections especially in the arms. It will save you money, weight... and check in every new design what would the weight be with certain material. Compare with existing quad frames or it will be hard to sell if it is heavier for a similar size commercial frame.
November 26, 2013, 4:38 pm
Nice design baseline! Besides optimizing the shapes/volume (3D printing cost is highly dependent on actual part volume), I suggest making it in several pieces, say four arms and a central body: otherwise breaking any area in a crash of single piece frame would generally mean throwing away the whole thing. Another suggestion is to avoid using 3D printing for parts that can be made via traditional methods (I'm thinking on the central area for instance). Take advantage of 3D printing only for "impossible" shapes. Good luck!
November 26, 2013, 4:32 pm
@designandshutter I understand. I've noticed that printing through shapeways isnt cheap. Good luck on redesigning the frame. Im interested in seeing what you come up with. If you redesign it and maybe take the price down a little bit, Ill definitely consider purchasing the frame. Hope it all works out for you
April 29, 2013, 2:31 am
@vetsflyquads My intentions are for the frame to be affordable for hobby enthusiasts. Though I am new to 3d printing and still learning about the costs. The reason it is so expensive at the moment is due to the amount of material it would take and the fact that it would be one solid piece. I plan to redesign it with more strategically placed openings in the frame to lighten the weight though maintain its strength. Thank you very much for the compliment !
April 26, 2013, 3:05 pm
Beautiful frame. What about the frame makes it cost so much?? Is this the price that shapeways set for you or did you come up with this price on your own??
April 26, 2013, 2:24 pm
 
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