I have developed these frames because I have learned that you can have an amazing FPV experience on a small budget with an even smaller quadcopter. My first FPV experience was with a small brushed 90mm quad and I was immediately hooked. That was my inspiration to design what I think are some of the best micro quad frames available.
These small frames are capable of indoor/outdoor flight and can hold up to the abuse of someone just learning how to fly or someone who wants to push the limits of acrobatic flight. While they are not indestructible I think you will be pleasantly surprised with how durable these 3D Printed frames are. My quality standards are simple, if it's not the absolute best then I will not use it. Before I sell anything I spend hours test flying and even more time rebuilding after crashes. This hands-on approach allows me to see and experience failure modes that help drive changes into the frame that make them more durable, lighter, and also easier to put electronics in.
BEFORE YOU START
You will need to have a transmitter and some FPV goggles, I use the FrSky Taranis, and the Fatshark Dominator V3 FPV goggles. You can use any transmitter or FPV goggles you would like but be careful that the corresponding receiver for your transmitter can fit in the frame before you order all your parts. The receiver must fit in the given 21X33X4 space below the flight controller.
EVERYTHING YOU WILL NEED
Everything I have listed here is what I have found to work the best. I have spent a lot of effort finding quality products from reliable suppliers. If you order these exact parts you will have a great experience.
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The Nervous System
Once you have gathered all the electronics you will put them together to form the nervous system. The brain, eye, ear, and muscles of a drone!
HOW TO INSTALL ELECTRONICS