It's Me!

It has been a busy month. I did finally get my mini quad and big quad repaired and in the air again. I still have some tweaking to do and it has been a bit too windy. I also had enough spare parts on hand to put together a mini tricopter. I am also testing a product called 3D-EEZ, a 3d printing bed film for printing on. I will get a review posted at some point.

My quads are both running KK2 boards. The mini quad has the KK-Mini on it. Works exactly the same as the full size including the LCD... though it is a bit smaller. I had forgotten what a challenge the MWC Flip 1.5 by Ready to Fly Quads. That and it is a really small mini tricopter. 

I 3d printed the frame which I downloaded from thingiverse. It is the Micro Tricopter by Kezat. You can print this on a small bed printer as well. I salvalged the parts from my original mini-quad since I damaged one motor, that left three good ones... = Tricopter!

I will post up some pictures shortly... of my repairs and newly printed flying machines.

TTFN

Keith

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Woot! Another post and it hasn't been two months. Impressed yet? 

I just posted a review for a product called CoroPad for 3d printers. I am not going to go into it too much here, just go and read the post!

I am also rebuilding my BigQuad and my Mini250. I actually printed the frame for the Mini250. I think there might be a write up in there somewhere too. More projects to come.

TTFN

Keith

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It has been a heck of a couple of months. I have been in the hospital twice... Not for anything fun either. But things, health wise are ok for now. I did manage to get some upgrades done to my 3d printer. I will have a post up about that in a bit. I have the photos done, I just need to get it written up.

I replaced the threaded rods on the Z axis with Acme lead screws. A major improvement, a lot smother. I also replaced the Z Carriage as the original had develoved several cracks. And when I had it apart, I notices the hot end had sprung a leak... I should have taken a few pictures of the old hotend before I cleaned it up. Maybe next time.

Check out the project post.

TTFN

Keith

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Wow... three months... really? Well, alot of stuff has happened and I am sad to say, something had to go. My step daughter had brain surgery, I ended up in the hosptial as well, work has been really challenging lately and...

I think you get the picture. I am going to get a project post up really soon about my new 3d printer and some of the modifications I have done to it. I really need to start learning how to design stuff for it. So far, I have only been printing things others have made. AND most of the things Ihave made, have been made for the printer itself!

So, standby for more. A post is coming before the end of this month! (EDIT: the page has been posted. Check it out here!)

TTFN,
Keith

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