This is a Quadcopter Boom that I originally designed for my 3D Printable Carbon Quadcoper, but now i have made it more universal, so you too can print these out and make your own quick connectable quadcopter, Tricopter, Hexacopter, Or Octacopter frame!.With this set of parts you are able to not only to connect your boom to your copter physically on the go, but it will also connect electrically! There are three holes on the boom, and in the female portion of the quick connect, they are designed to accommodate 3 3.5mm bullet connectors. The female connectors are glued in the boom, while the male connectors are mounted into the female, main body quick connects!If you make one please post pics!
This part is designed to be a Hand Held Gimbal Mount for a Brushless camera Gimbal. This mount is used in conjunction with some Vibration Dampening Gromets to hold a Brushless Camera Gimbal, that is used for filming. The average small camera gimbal is used to mount into something like a Quadcopter, or airplane, but i decided to make a simple camera gimbal mount that you can hold in your hands, for whatever other uses you can find for your RC Camera Gimbal.The reason that i made this is so I can have the ability to use the camera gimbal on my quadcopter for more than just capturing smooth aerial photography, but for also capturing smooth hand held photography.The gimbal I use was 3D Printed and designed my Me, i am Running Turnigy HD 2212 Brushless Gimbal Motors, and an EVVGC Gimbal Control Board, with proper tuning i am able to get fantastic footage from such a simple device.The STL FIles For The Handle Mount Are 1/10th actual size. When printing scale up the model by 10 times to achieve actual size.
Hitch Detailed 3d model of DJI Inspire 1 PRO rigged.- detailed enough for close-up renders- two *.max files included Standart materials and Vray-materials- big size textures included- file format - max2009, 3ds, obj, fbx, lwo, c4d, mb included- original file format - max 2009- to all objects and materials in a scene names are appropriated- real world size (system units - mm)- coordinates of the location of the model in space (x0, y0, z0)- files with the model does not contain extraneous or hidden objects (lights, cameras, etc.)- realistic render (*.tiff format, alpha channel) includedThe model is completely ready for use visualization in 3ds max.All previews rendered 3ds max Vray.In formats c4d, 3ds, lwo, obj, fbx, mb - model exported to standard materials (textures), not contain Vray shaders.In these formats, shaders need to be edited for the new studio for the final rendering.Attention!Rigging is only included in 3ds Max file!
/“The Atalan Classic Series: Snub Class. Now just a relic of bygone days and championships lost to the ages. She’s reliable as hell though, pretty sure this one is held together by rust and a little T.L.C.”/------------------------------------------------------------------------------I think its safe to say that she’s finally done. Began as an asset for a group project which never got off the drawing board. The idea was for a racing vehicle which moves at high speeds over water. I looked at retro and classic car and plane designs to get the initial concept done, and the design process snowballed into what you see here.Specular and Normals are a little rushed but they do the job.Geometry created in 3DS Max. Textures were hand painted in Photoshop with a couple of photo textures blended on top.