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Nov 02, 2015, 04:25 PM
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3D printable 225mm race quad [Wolfbone225]


Here is a 3D printable race quad for you, free to print!....non-commercially.

http://kiloohm.com/mini-225mm-race-q...olfbone225-v1/

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Nov 02, 2015, 07:36 PM
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do you have a pic of an ESC mounted vertically?

How happy are you with the DaVinci?

Nice!
Nov 03, 2015, 12:53 PM
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Great design!
Frame was printed on a Lulzbot TAZ 5
Canopy was printed on a Lulzbot Mini- check out how the Mini rocked out the unsupported underside of the canopy!
We're a Lulzbot reseller www.i-t-w.com

Filament is a prototype Eastman Amphora based co-polyester similar to Lulzbot/Taulman n-vent and colorfabb XT
Nov 03, 2015, 12:55 PM
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Great design!
Frame was printed on a Lulzbot TAZ 5
Canopy was printed on a Lulzbot Mini- check out how the Mini rocked out the unsupported underside of the canopy!
We're a Lulzbot reseller www.i-t-w.com

Filament is a prototype Eastman Amphora based co-polyester similar to Lulzbot/Taulman n-vent and colorfabb XT
pretty!!!
Nov 03, 2015, 12:57 PM
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Originally Posted by JulianGoesPro
do you have a pic of an ESC mounted vertically?

How happy are you with the DaVinci?

Nice!
I used a Qbrain 4 in 1 esc. I cant recommend you do this, its heavier than using mini-esc's. I used it because its what I had around. If your mini-esc wont fit vertically in the slot, you can drill a small hole and run the wires to the underside and mount the ESC's underneath the arms.

Davinci stock is okay, modded with Repetier its really good. Pretty close to a Ultimaker now. But it required a lot of tuning with settings to get it to print well. Its hard to beat for $350.

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Nov 06, 2015, 01:16 PM
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Now in clear

https://www.facebook.com/ITWorksComp...3/?pnref=story
Nov 06, 2015, 04:15 PM
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that looks like a great print! Are at around 20% infill? hows the rigidity and weight with those settings and that special filament?
Nov 10, 2015, 07:59 PM
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that looks like a great print! Are at around 20% infill? hows the rigidity and weight with those settings and that special filament?
122 grams with 20% infill. Reasonably rigid. I'll get it flying soon, though I may sidetrack myself with a Blackbolt XBR build first


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