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Awesome Ultimaker printed Quadcopter!

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Awesome Ultimaker printed Quadcopter!

A while ago Taylor Alexander 3D printed fully functionaly rotor blades on his Ultimaker for his RC-helicopter. This time, another amazing accomplishment was made, which is supplementary… the “PL1Q Vampire, the 3d printed quadcopter”. Its total weight is just 231.6 g at it is pretty strong, printed out of PLA plastic.

The files for this ‘thing’ can be downloaded here!

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:17612

Make sure to watch Peter’s other video’s too.

 

Do you know why I’m so excited about what we’re doing with Ultimaker?!

These kinds of responses REALLY get me up early in the morning and enjoy the long ride to our new Ultimaking Headquarters:

RepRap has profoundly changed my life. With Ultimaker, the team and I want to give access to this same experience to as many people around the world as we can! After PC’s have changed our lives so pervasively, the power of Personal Fabrication has just been unleashed!

Thanks, Peter from Sweden! You made my day!

~ Erik

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