pepperF1SH – Part IV: 3D printed camera and battery mount

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By | December 21, 2016


This post is the fourth in a series of posts about the adventure of building the world’s lightest brushless FPV quadcopter: project pepperF1SH.

I designed a small and lightweight camera and battery holder. The camera and vtx combination will be mounted on top of the ESC and FC stack. A real pro does not fly without a tilted camera… At least i was told so. And therefore the design has a camera tilt angle of whopping 10.0 degrees (!) — yay!

The battery holder will be placed below the cfk frame and is held by the same screws as the before mentioned stack. The overall weight for these mounting brackets is 0.96grams.

stay tuned for more 😉

2 thoughts on “pepperF1SH – Part IV: 3D printed camera and battery mount

  1. 24367dfa

    Hey Simon,
    is there a timeline for the release of the print files or (even better) a way to order them from shapeways? i got nearly all of the other parts on the way and it would be a shame if the maiden flight gets delayed by pesky plastics 😉

    Regards David

    1. fishpepper Post author

      I am working on it, I still need to do a new all in one file assembly for cheaper ordering on shapeways.


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