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Feb 14, 2014, 04:51 PM
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Polakium Engineering Super Simple Mini Multicopter Frames






Now cast from a high-strength polyurethane resin in 7 different colors.


> SSHQuad Micro <

Black .................................................. ........................... $ 19

Standard .................................................. .................... $ 23

Fluorescent .................................................. ................. $ 25

Stealth .................................................. ......................... $ 27

> SSHQuad Pro <


Black .................................................. ........................... $ 19

Standard .................................................. ..................... $ 25

Fluorescent .................................................. ................ $ 32

Stealth .................................................. ......................... $ 36


> SpiderHex Pro <

Black .................................................. ........................... $ 39

Standard .................................................. .................... $ 49

Fluorescent .................................................. ................ $ 54

Stealth .................................................. ......................... $ 64


Super Simple Mini H-Quad Pro (11 min 41 sec)


Flight Video (crash tests at 2:00):

Super Simple Micro H-Quad 2.0 (5 min 45 sec)

Placing an Order:
  • In order to streamline the ordering process, I ask that anybody interested in purchasing a frame please do so through my shop.
  • I generally ship stocked parts the same or next day, however, I sometimes receive a large volume of custom orders. If your order is not shipped in 3-5 days, you may receive a full refund.

About Me:

I have been selling 3D printed multicopter frames and parts from my website since November 2012. As an engineering student, I cannot exclusively commit my time to managing an online shop; therefore, I have refrained from advertising or trying to attract too much attention to my products, but I now have significant stock for many of my products. My shop has shipped more than 300 orders and 2000 parts.

If you have a 3D printer, you may download the designs for several of my old frames from here: http://www.thingiverse.com/PolakiumEngineering/designs


Feel free to email me with any questions about my products (adam@polakiumengineering.com).

- Adam
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Feb 14, 2014, 08:37 PM
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SSH Quad Frame


Very Very nice Adam, I've been working on something similar to what you have here but no where near what you have gotten to. I just might have to make an order before the discount expires, thank you for sharing with us and I wish you the best of luck.
Feb 14, 2014, 08:42 PM
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$19? You're speaking my language!
Feb 14, 2014, 09:13 PM
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Thanks for the feedback! I hope to keep the prices low as long as the demand remains reasonable. There are an abundance of printed or laser cut mini frames on the market, but the profit margins are ridiculous and the true durability of these products is questionable. I hope to fill that gap in the market with an affordable alternative. I am also open to improving the designs from my customers' feedback, so please feel free to pose any questions or suggestions to me here or via email.

I have added some previous customer builds to my second post, and I hope to add more in the future.

- Adam
Last edited by sg1anubis; Feb 14, 2014 at 09:21 PM.
Feb 14, 2014, 10:43 PM
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Any chance larger motors like the sunnysky 2204's would fit? Provided they're not unacceptably powerful.

I'm assuming in the last pic you posted of other's builds he's using zmrs?
Feb 14, 2014, 10:58 PM
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Originally Posted by spelling bee
Any chance larger motors like the sunnysky 2204's would fit? Provided they're not unacceptably powerful.

I'm assuming in the last pic you posted of other's builds he's using zmrs?
The sunnysky 2204 motors may be on the large side. The maximum hole spacing of my frame is about 15mm with M2 bolts. For 16mm spacing with M3 bolts you may need to drill out the slots. I recommend using the ZMR RCX 1804 motors. They seem adequate for this size frame and they are also very well priced. If you would prefer that I modify the frame for you to suit the sunnysky motors, please send me an email.
Feb 15, 2014, 12:51 AM
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I've found out that this quad is not indestructable. I was testing to see how my quad would react when the motors were shut off in the middle of flight. After a long free free I motored up and the motors did not have enough torque to start up. So it fell at 9.8m/s^2 and hit the roof of my house (made a loud bang), then bounced down. The frame was cracked in the middle front (which was easily fixed with CA). That crash would have totaled anything else, but luckly the only damage was the cracked frame and flattened battery. Got to say this quad is durable!

Running 3S with 2000kv Turnigy 1811 motor and 10A ESC, has ~800g of thrust for a 250g airframe!
Feb 15, 2014, 09:39 AM
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its not easy being cheesy is it?



your crazy mo fo




how are vibs on this frame? Can someone please do a test flight with mobius to see how bad, if any, jello is?
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Originally Posted by Cheese5
I've found out that this quad is not indestructable. I was testing to see how my quad would react when the motors were shut off in the middle of flight. After a long free free I motored up and the motors did not have enough torque to start up. So it fell at 9.8m/s^2 and hit the roof of my house (made a loud bang), then bounced down. The frame was cracked in the middle front (which was easily fixed with CA). That crash would have totaled anything else, but luckly the only damage was the cracked frame and flattened battery. Got to say this quad is durable!

Running 3S with 2000kv Turnigy 1811 motor and 10A ESC, has ~800g of thrust for a 250g airframe!
Last edited by Razors edge 29; Feb 15, 2014 at 04:32 PM.
Feb 15, 2014, 09:50 PM
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Mine is already on the way. Can anyone give me a link to the power distribution board pictured in the user build pic? Guessing from the schematic it's a 30.5mm square bolt hole pattern?

Edit: found it I think http://www.multirotorsuperstore.com/...wer-board.html
Feb 17, 2014, 10:51 AM
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Originally Posted by bennymack
Mine is already on the way. Can anyone give me a link to the power distribution board pictured in the user build pic? Guessing from the schematic it's a 30.5mm square bolt hole pattern?

Edit: found it I think http://www.multirotorsuperstore.com/...wer-board.html
That power distribution board looks to be correct. I usually create my own wiring harness, but LowWatts build looks much cleaner using the power distribution board. Any board under 38mm square with 30-30.5mm hole spacing will fit inside the frame.

This may also be a good alternative, but it doesn't have mounting holes.
http://www.diyquadcopters.com/Power-...ard_p_147.html
Feb 17, 2014, 01:36 PM
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what is recommend electronics?
Feb 17, 2014, 01:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Razors edge 29
what is recommend electronics?
I have a bill of materials listed here and the product page:
http://polakiumengineering.com/?p=2772

There are many alternative motors and flight controllers that will also work with this frame depending on your budget. If you post a list of what parts you intend to use I will take a look at it and let you know if the parts should work.

- Adam
Last edited by sg1anubis; Oct 23, 2015 at 11:48 PM.
Feb 17, 2014, 02:22 PM
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thanks


had anyone fpv'd this?
Feb 17, 2014, 03:06 PM
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thanks


had anyone fpv'd this?
Here are two possible FPV congifurations using a Boscam TS353 transmitter, which is rather large for a mini, but feasible. Configuration 1 is equipped with a Mobius HD and configuration 2 uses the RMRC Pico-wide V1 camera, which is nearly identical to the V2 listed below.

TS353 5.8GHz 400mW TX
RMRC Pico-wide or KX2 Micro

This may be a viable alternative to keep the size and weight down:
TX5802 5.8GHz 200mW TX

Running a 3S system would probably be necessary to lift the Mobius. The depicted 950mAH 3S Nano Tech battery should be adequate for a 3S setup. The motors in these photos are the RCX1804 motors.


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