Odds & Ends, Custom Parts, Spring Cleaning
Decided it's time to clean out my spare parts / project bin.
I know there is someone on here that will be able turn these bits into a large custom quad or octo. That was my original plan but just have too many other projects.
The frame is carbon fiber and was originally from PhotoShip One...I believe it was a prototype he was working on.
The landing gear arches are also carbon fiber and were a pair of extended landing gear made by Droidworx. They came off a crashed Droidworx machine and the damaged section has been cut off. The carbon fiber tubes are also from the Droidworx landing gear and all are cracked...with some CA glue though I believe they could be repaired.
The pair of center plates are from a Gaui 330 (the plate on the right has some damage)
The other plate was custom made to fit the frame (hole spacing) to be used as a battery tray / landing gear attachment point...it is a lightweight G10 material.
The triangular plates are G10 or some other type of plastic...not entirely sure...but they are from a PhotoShip One Mktr camera gimbal.
Motor mount plates are carbon fiber and will fit larger motors (IE Mikrokopter 3536)
The boom blocks are aluminum and clamp to Gaui 550 helicopter tailbooms.
And enough hardware there to mount motors, clamp the clamps, a few different sized stand-offs, etc. as you see pictured.
Asking $250 shipped to a U.S. address.
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