shackspace resident hacker Robert is at it again. This time around he’s built a new frame for this quad-copter.
In the past he’s used everything from aluminium, carbon fiber to 3D-printed parts to build his copters and had mixed results (one 3D-printed copter melted in the summer heat while stored in his car).

Now he went with an all-new plywood design. The whole thing only weighs in at 167 gramms and – despite being assembled without a single drop of glue – is very sturdy.

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Urspünglich gepostet: Mai 28th, 2014
Tags: Allgemein

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