Caboose's Primitive Quadcopter
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3D model description
The goal of this project was to create a small, modular, printable quadcopter body. I aimed to keep this as simple as possible.
The quadcopter is made up of a core, and 4 arms. All arms are identical.
Turnigy 2900KV Brushless Outrunner OR Turnigy Park480 Brushless Outrunner 1320kv
Turnigy Plush 6A ESCs or HobbyKing 6A ESC 0.5A UBEC
1000mAh 2S NanoTech LiPo (or similar)
KK2 Flight Controller
8 x 12mm or 15mm M3 Bolts
4 x 40mm M3 Bolts
10 x M3 Nuts
Read assembly instructions for more details.
v2: Spacing change, removal of extra weight. Landing strut available if you don't want to use M3 screws
v1: Initial release
3D printing settings
Print 4 arms (2 shell, 30% infill recommended)
Print 1 core (1 shell 100% infill recommended)
Assemble arms to body (12mm or 15mm M3 screws + nuts)
Place 40mm M3 screws into end of arms. These will be your landing pins. Secure with M3 nuts.
Attach other hardware.
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