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Thanks to callsign4223, I have two of the Ubiquiti Flex Mini's and they are awesome! I have one in my living room for everything connected to my TV and I have another one on my desk for my computer, work computer, TV as my top monitor, my sim rig and an extra port for whatever I need. My work computer is on a VLAN and the setup is super simple.
Unfortunately the Flex Mini does not have any mounting options and I really do not like just having it sitting on my desk. So I found a mount that someone already designed and I'm printing two of them right now. At first, I wanted 100% infill, but after seeing the 20+ hours for print time, I lowered that down to 15% infill and it's now 9 hours lol.
Below is the sliced image. I will try to remember to post an image after it is done printing.
Not exactly a "current print job" cos it didn't really take long. Anyway, just a very simple flybar locking tool that I'll need very soon for setting blade pitch on a clone 450. Stl made in Freecad, sliced with Creality slicer and printed on an Ender 3.
m2 x 14 screw fitted nicely into top of rotor head.
Free Stl file should be on Cults3d.Download free STL file Flybar locking tool • Design to 3D print ・ Cults
I think I love 3d printers as much as I love helicopters!
Yea, if I was more into flybar heli's, that would definitely be a good tool to have! Back in the day, I made one out of acrylic (which you probably saw in one of my videos) and it did the job, but I like how you have that one wrapping around the flybar! Awesome job
And just an FYI, STL files are allowed on the site. No worries about the link to the 3D page, just letting you know.