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Are there any CAD model for UM2/UM2 frame?

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I was wondering if there were any cad models of the UM2 out there? I'm still waiting for mine, but in the mean time I want to design some things for it, and it would be nice to have a somewhat dimensonalized model of the thing; even if I had the UM2 in hand, it would still be nice to have a 3D model of it for clipping things to it and such. I'm not talking a full model or anything, maybe just something with a really generic frame or 2d drawings of the frame.


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I was interested in two things the thickness of the frame material and the motors within the frame relative to the frame. I understand the latter of those two is a lot more complicated than the former, could you just tell me the thickness of the frame material? I'll keep an eye out for CAD dimensions, you guys are already too busy :smile:


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