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Marauder FPV Racer

Marauder FPV Racer

  • Marauder

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    2015/11/02

  • Marauder-assmbly-v5-v2-3500-3500

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    2015/12/23

  • Marauderip-bom

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    2015/11/04

  • Marauderip-bom2

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    2015/11/04

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Description
This is the first in my Marauder racing drone series. This 280mm quadcopter airframe is an open file I will continue to refine to include all the components, CAM, 3d printer settings and links needed to fabricate and assemble your own. The attached F3d file is for personal use only. Not for resale without expressed, written permission. FPV racing is taking the world by storm. I feel all sports pilots must build there own quadcopter to really understand the rules and technology driving the sport. Watch this space.
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X176

This model was designed 2 years ago. Time is always tech's biggest advisory. What was great when 1st designed is all but obsolete now. That is the case with all things.

9 months ago
User_x176

very kool look! but now days this is to big and way to heavy in my opinion. i made a few types like this but smaller full cage thin even. but alas it does not keep up with the tiny frames.

9 months ago
X176

Thanks Errison Zelaya Sr.
We are taking racing to the next level this year. X1 will blow your mind. 1 meter drones and up! We have started Team Autodesk X1. Amazing drone in the works. Stay tuned!

over 1 year ago
X120

Hello Eli,
I like this, totally agree its taking the world by storm, its easy to get hook, just watch a few racing in the woods videos. I am designing a Y6 configuration in fusion 360, mostly for photography. Motor to motor will be 500mm to 550m, using Pixhawk 2 autopilot flight controller, 4s batteries, need recommendation on the proper size motors. Hardest part is gathering all the schematic info to place holes to secure components to the frame. It would be great if you could address this process.

over 1 year ago
X176

Here is my recommended power train (of the moment) for the Marauder and most FPV racers in this size class:
Power train:
* 2204 / 2100 kv Motors by RCManChild
* 21 Amp RCManChild ESCs
* Power Distribution board w/ built in BEC
* Naze32 Flight controller w/ "Borris B." firmware programmed on Clean Flight.
* Orange 6channel RC from Hobby King
* LT200 FPV kit (Camera, 5.8gHz Transmitter, Antenna)
* Turing 2.2, 2200 Lipo Battery.

Hardware:
* 8 x 25mm Standoffs
* 32 x 3m button head screws
* 3M double sided tape
* Velcro Straps
* Zip Ties

Pilot:
* FatShark FPV Goggles
* Orange 6 Channel Radio Controller
* Lips Battery Charger
* Metric tool kit
* Drone Back Pack

over 2 years ago
X176

The blue prints were also made in Fusion from an exploded view then sent over to the Drawing module where I composed the layout and saved it as a .PNG file. I then finished the images in Photoshop where I inverted the line color from black to white and added the blue background. Easy really.

almost 3 years ago
User_x176

ok so!! which software did u use to create that blue print because I was impress and motivated and I want to learn more about the software
and create something my self if can pls Email it the software so that I can also download. me At my Gmail at rafael26533@gmial.com thank u
whit AutoCAD/ #Autodesk we can make an deferent in the world of Autodesk

almost 3 years ago
X176

PLEASE!! LIKE my new project..
https://gallery.autodesk.com/fusion360/projects/30710/bingkai-kayu?searched=
THANK YOU!! MR.Eli

almost 3 years ago
X176

I have heard there are some doubters questioning if the Marauder can fly as advertised. There are now more than a dozen in the wild being tested and It absolutely flies! Testimonials have come back positive for it's flight characteristics, extremely stable and most important of all, FUN!
Demo flight from happy Marauder pilot:
https://youtu.be/wS2XvvdPiNc
Recent pilot testimonial:
https://www.facebook.com/mark.vollrath.75/videos/10153380177701139/

almost 3 years ago
X176

REALLY COOL!! awesome..
PLEASE, like mine too,
I'm participating in a competition and need at least 50 like..
https://gallery.autodesk.com/fusion360/projects/gilingan-super-tradisional-indonesia
THANK YOU!!

almost 3 years ago
X176

Just added a new render featuring new rotor guards, making the drone over 5% safer, and foot pads.
The foot pad concept was taken from artist, Krill Chepizhko, who's work I can't praise enough. Look him up and follow.

almost 3 years ago
User_x176

Looks awesome!

almost 3 years ago
X176

hahah cool and funny scull !

almost 3 years ago
X176
Eli Delia
Petaluma, California, United States of America
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