- Dec 15, 2019
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Nice offer.... Thank You<SNIP>
So I decided if I can't buy it, I may as well make it myself. After spending a few hours while enjoying a couple of beers, I came up with the design below. Printed it in PETG and viola! I can now make as many of these as I want to. I'm making my design free for the community to download and use. So feel free to hop on over to thingiverse and grab the STL. If you don't already own a 3D Printer, you really should!
Skydio 2 Rear Left Prop Hanger/Hook Plate by kinryanchan
I have flight tested one battery so far at 14 degrees F. Everything seems good so far but please try this at your own risk. I would strongly recommend printing more than one part so you can stress test and see if it holds up to a reasonable amount of force. Also, as you may have noticed every prop hanger is different on this thing. If this is not the one you need, let me know and I will make them as needed.
Got me curious about how involved designing and making a 3D printed piece actually is.
Found this link
P.S. How many flights have you actually flown with your self made Prop Hangar/Hook Plate?