Edited together from multiple flights with my 3D printed FPV quadcopter. I was flying at my local RC flying club FK Gamen. The video is recorded in the summer of 2018, using a GoPro Hero 3 action camera mounted on top of the quadcopter.
A short video of a DIY paramotor trike that I have built using the Hobbyking parafoil. This video was shot during the first successful test flight. I made a few unsuccessful attempts before I got it working. It still needs a few adjustments. The tricky part is to get all the lines of the parafoil to the correct lengths relative to each other. This is important because it needs to have the correct shape, as well as the correct angle of attack. I will probably write more about it and make a better video when I am more satisfied with how it flies.
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Edited from a single flight with one of my 3D printed quadcopters with carbon fibre motor arms. Info about my 3D printed quadcopters here: 3D printed quadcopter page
Flying at my local RC flying club Gamen. The video is recorded with the Eken H9 action camera.
I made a video showing the process of assembling one of my 3D printed quadcopter frames with carbon fiber tubes. Read more about this quadcopter frame here: Quadcopter page
I Made a video where I do some tricks with the new 3D printed quadcopter.
Here is a video of my newest 3D printed quadcopter. The quad with this design was to make it lighter than my prevues designs. Here I used 16 mm carbon fibre tubes as motor arms. This also allowed my to install the motor cables inside the carbon fibre tubes, making it look realy clean.
Link to the page with more information and images: 3D printed FPV quad
Here is a short video of a fully 3D printed Spitfire. Design by 3DLabPrint. The plane is printed by a friend of mine, on his Original Prusa MK2 3D printer. It was an interesting experience to build it and test it. Usually, I am not a big fan of scale RC models at all. The plane is a little heavy for my taste, and maybe my setup is a bit underpowered. But it does fly nicely, and it does look very cool in the air when the light shines through the wing, highlighting the 3D printed reinforcement structures.
I have continued to work on my 3D printed quadcopter. Now I have also created a new baseplate for a hexacopter. It is still using the same wooden arms, motor mounts and landing gears. I have also created a few extra pieces that I needed, mostly mounts for different antennas.
I will probably add more pieces in the future. Please comment if you have any ideas for what I should add or change.
Click the link below to download the STL files for all the pieces I have made so far.