Exorcist Racing Quadcopter Frame (Re-Model) by jonbuckles
Updates Update 3/26/20: Added Braces designed to be CNCed in carbon fiber.Update 2/12/20: Added a "Styled" version of the GoPro Canopy, and also added a gopro session sleeve.Update 2/2/20: Added GoPro sleeves for Hero5/6/7Update 2/1/20 : Added GoPro Mount Canopy, Added Hero8 Sleeve.Update 1/15/20 : Made the "simple" style canopy taller like the others.Update 1/14/20 : Added a 20x20 version of the frame. Added "Mix" Canopy design.Update 1/13/20 01:45PM MST : Stack mounting holes were 30x30, its been fixed to be 30.5x30.5 Overview This is a redesign of the Diatone GT X549 Exorcist quadcopter racing frame. I tried to match the scale and size of the original design but added better support in the front and back to brace the arms, as well as making the main body a little thicker. Frame weight is 67g, the original was 62g. NEW! I've added a file for braces that can be CNCed in carbon fiber. Checkout http://www.cncmadness.com/home.html to get yours made. Video and build details Flight: https://youtu.be/jRv8b3ZBLJo Build Details: https://rotorbuilds.com/build/21574 Canopy's There are multiple different canopy's to choose from including a GoPro mount version. The included canopys are a remix of Maulous's canopy design "Flame". His original work can be found here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3791518 Gopro Mount Hardware: 20mm M5 Screw and nut 12mm M3 Screw and nut Suggested Hardware and Extras 8x 8mm M3 Motor mounting screws:https://pyrodrone.com/products/7075-aluminum-m3-button-head-screw-1pc?variant=11572446265387 4x 10mm M3 countersunk stack mounting screws:https://pyrodrone.com/products/metric-socket-countersunk-class-12-9-steel-m3-10-pcs 4x 10mm canopy mounting screws:https://pyrodrone.com/products/7075-aluminum-m3-button-head-screw-1pc?variant=11572446265387 4x 4.5mm stand-offs:https://pyrodrone.com/products/aluminum-stack-standoff-4-5mm-6-5mm-1-pc (Optional) 8x 6mm Stand-offs:https://pyrodrone.com/products/aluminum-stack-standoff-6mm-6mm-1-pc (Optional) 4x M3 nuts:https://pyrodrone.com/products/2mm-threaded-anodized-stack-spacer-nut Sticky Battery Pad:https://pyrodrone.com/products/ummagrip-universal-super-sticky-battery-pad 300mm Kevlar Battery Strap:https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B078TFHKCX/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Unify SMA Pigtail:https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01AJQ33Y4/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Other Stuff Diatone is a wonderful company and I applaud them for their hard work. If you would like accessories from the original Exorcist frame, they can be found on their website for purchase here: https://www.diatone.us/collections/gt-x/products/diatone-gt-x549-exorcist-frame-kit-accessories Printing Details If you are using an ender 3 with a micro swiss, odds are that the hotend is not actually reaching 260c. I had to switch to an e3d v6 hotend to get NylonX to print at a proper 260c. (I estimate the microswiss was actually about 240c).. You could try flashing marlin with the temp limit removed, try something like 280c and see if the part is strong. My Ender 3 Pro upgrade list: http://a.co/isR49eY Infill: 100% Speed: 30-50mm/s Raft: Optional Supports: Yes Nozzle: .6mm Layer height: .2mm Wall Thickness: 5 layers for top, bottom and sides. Material: NylonX Temps: Nozzle 260-270c, Bed 70c (Glass bed with gluestick) Enclosure: Yes Comment if you need more info or have issues.