Author: PaulHam, published on 2014-03-24
While looking for Mini H Quad frames for me and my Dad, I came across a website called http://untestedprototype.com/ who have 9 sets of plans all in DXF format for being mill on a CNC.
I do not have a CNC mill but I do have a 3D printer so I decided that i wanted to try the Hammer Mini H Quad v3.0 frame first.
I have converted the DXF files into STL files using Rhino3D. Thickness of parts have been assumed but not tested yet!
I am very new to 3D modeling and printing so things may not be correct all the time, advice is appreciated.
Feel free to print these on your own printer and leave a comment on changes that should be made.
v3.1 Changes – 24/04/20134
- Thinner Mobius plate
- Spacer added onto the arms
- MainTop has holes for larger flight controllers
- Holes for hex posts moved to accommodate larger FC
Different arms have been added, they have cutout for the motor wires to pass and a spacer.
4 X Arms
1 X MainBot
1 X MainTop
1 X Top
1 X Mobius
2 X Landing
- nuts,bolts spacers ect
Motors: RCX 1804 (2400KV) Micro Outrunner Brushless Motor (Clockwise & Anti-Clockwise)
Propeller: 5×3 2 Blade
ESC: Afro ESC 12Amp Multi-rotor Motor Speed Controller (SimonK Firmware)
Flight Controller: AIOP V1.1 ALL IN ONE PRO Flight Controller
Receiver: FrSky V8R7-II 2.4Ghz 7CH Receiver
The build manual from untestedprototype.com should be used for the acual assembling of the frame (remember that the thicknesses will be different)
I am currently printing the parts in PLA @ 80% infill
Tags: H-Quad, Hammer_Mini, Hammer_Mini_H_Quad, H_Quad, Multirotor, Quad, Quadcopter, RC