3D Printed & Carbon Fiber QuadCopter

Quadcopter designed to use carbon fiber arrow shafts and multiple 3D printed parts. Also uses a 3D Printed silicone mold to cast anti-vibration balls.

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This Quadcopter design uses carbon fiber arrow shafts for rigidity. All points where plastic and carbon interface float on rubber o-rings to stop vibration transfer. The flight controller is isolated by silicone anti-vibration balls that are cast in a 3D printed mold. Full instructions and build log on Instructables: http://goo.gl/wD0f3K  and Wevolver: https://goo.gl/c7IN7y

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9e9f7b586c47c5c88b0abc134983a517?default=blank&size=40Jason Stokes added this to the Drone collection ago
78eabaff82535a948ddc628d779c7f5c?default=blank&size=40Jim Fries added this to the Stuff I want to make collection ago
495353f51181e2ac1a768c63747b3239?default=blank&size=40Kim Exton added this to the Quad collection ago
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