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Ritewing Nano Drak Print Bundle

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If you would like to help support me as a designer and provider of these prints, please check this link for the purchase of these prints.

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Included in the bundle:

Nano Drak Hero 8 with Nano FPV cam mount,
threaded bulkhead,
Rear Spar Cap,
Electronics Cover,
Battery Bay covers,
Battery support box aka Crash Box

This was designed with a new build in mind, although modifications can be made to an existing build to install the new bulkhead. The battery and airflow covers are dependants on the bulkhead being installed. The newly printed bulkhead is threaded to accept the thumb screws included in every Nano Drak kit. Two additional screws will be needed and can be printed if none are available to you. -Thumb Screw to be printed - https://www.thingiverse.com/th...


-Printing- The bulkhead would be best printed in PLA and or PETG ( 30-40% infill ) The bay covers are best printed in TPU ( 20-25% infill) due to the battery bay cover being hinged and needing access to swap batteries often.


-New build- cut out the existing foam block from the center of the bay to the floor of the battery tray. if you cut all the way thru the bottom this will not work for you so do not do that ( pic included in post)

Once the foam is cut out properly then add the newly printed bulkhead in with a good amount of goop or welders adhesive on the sides and bottom of the print. Scuffing up the sides and bottom with sandpaper wouldn't hurt to ensure a good texture for the glue to adhere to.

leave the print to set up overnight

When you glue in the main channel spars with goop, make sure to get a good amount all over the underside of the print and in the channel to ensure a good locked in bulkhead.

lastly, install the channel caps provided in the kit as you normally would for this kit once all the glue is set up you should have a pretty solid bulkhead installed


-Existing build- with a very sharp razor or knife cut very carefully around the existing foam bulkhead while not harming the main channel spar inside the foam channel.

use an Exact-O knife to vacate the remaining foam from around the main spar.

get a good amount of goop or welders adhesive on the sides and inside the main channel of the newly printed bulkhead. you want the glue inside the channel to encase the main spar a good amount.

Once the glue has set up overnight you should be good to go with installing the new covers provided in this download

  • 3D file format: STL

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