Chopstick Mode - RaceKraft Shcreamah V2

By CTurn on May 08, 2017

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This is the is the Version2 of the Racekraft Shcreamah frame. I've been flying the prototype v1 (4mm) for about a year now and it has been shockingly durable (I have yet to break an arm!). So when I saw a v2 was available that was 5mm thick I wanted to build one! However, I sure as hell wasn't going to pay $130 for a frame, but found I was able to piece one together for about $60 buying it piecemeal without hardware.



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Bluegrass.Multirotor   May 08, 2017  


Querk   May 08, 2017  

adding on to thematticus, could you link all of the 3d printed stuff?

CTurn   May 08, 2017 

I drew them up a while back, I'll put them up on thingiverse and add a link.

FannyPack_FPV   May 08, 2017  

Awesome man. I've been looking into making an ultralight frame. Do you have a link for the camera mount?

CTurn   May 08, 2017 

These are the camera mounts I used, there are probably better suited ones out there, these are just what I had handy.

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