X VEIN / Finally Released as Open Source Project !

X VEIN / Finally Released as Open Source Project !

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Description

X VEIN is open-sourced 3D-printable drone project founded by some voluntary peoples in Japan, Yuki Ogasawara, Ryo Kumeda, Yuji Fujimura, and Tetsuya Konishi. All data of X VEIN are available under terms of use described below.


ABOUT

This drone is designed with using Generative design technology as a method to combine various performances such as strength, shooting ability, safety, and expandability with lightness, which is a trade-off relationship. Topology optimization has been performed on the propeller guard, which has a high coverage area, and the characteristic frame that has the functions of a motor mount and landing gear, to achieve weight reduction while ensuring strength at the same time. It can shoot stable video with a 2-axis camera gimbal which installed in the center of the aircraft and lowering the center of gravity. It has extra space so that user can customize whatever they want.


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LICENCE and DATAs

Please read the following terms of use carefully and download and use those data only if you agree to them.

"Terms of use [English] [Japanese]"

You can download X VEIN's datas from here.

ATTENTION! : Because of some of the parts used in X VEIN V2 and V3 have already been discontinued, and some have been uniquely processed, It is difficult to create the exact same model. Users are requested to use alternative parts that meet the standards described in the BOM to assemble X VEIN from now on.


CONTACT

If you have any questions or comments, please let me know.

info.xvein@gmail.com

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