A 'Drone-Ready', 3D printed frame quadcopter. Get your project airborne with style and class!Designed by ken.do, Ships from Canada
The evolution of my foray into flying robots! The super robust 100% 3D printed frame has withstood some pretty rigorous testing, thus far holding it's own. (Shown here with the 'Recreational' motor...Read More…
The evolution of my foray into flying robots! The super robust 100% 3D printed frame has withstood some pretty rigorous testing, thus far holding it's own. (Shown here with the 'Recreational' motor set)
I have always been fascinated with robots and flying machines, and this combines them both! Capable of waypoint mission planning, GPS loiter and return to home functions, altitude hold, automated take-off/landing sequencing, and the ability to carry 'GoPro'-like cameras, the 525 really shines! With the heavy-lift kit, the V-Tail can carry a 2 kg payload.
Custom colors, shroud/cover designs, landing gear and sensor mounting points can be customized for your project. Just ask! If equipped with the state of the art PixHawk PX4 flight controller, the possibilities are endless. Shipped as a kit or assembled.
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I love that ideas can jump off a napkin, onto a computer, and off of a print bed; from idea to reality.
I have been 3D printing for a short time. I initially began my foray into electronics and 3D printing with a Raspberry Pi workshop attended with my son. Together we built a web-interfaced rover tank that could stream video via wifi.
Since then I have been playing reindeer games with flying robots, quadcopters and drones.
I am looking forward to developing my work into something that will help people learn, or help those in need of emergency assistance.