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Doodled Quadcopter [Project]
posted May 27 2014 13:51.42 by spic0m




The smart 3D printing pen enables everyone with an imagination to sketch, doodle, and draw objects in air. But it has also its limitations. It produces crude and wobbly lines, the prints is low-resolution, and you won't think it is a tool that has many practical applications.
But aerial cinematographer and maker Matt Quest has found a better way to make it more practical: he used a 3D printing pen to rapid prototype a fully functional quadcopter.

It only took Matt about 2.5 hours to build a quadcopter with a 3D Airpen. The results are impressive. Check out the video below:



[Link: 3ders.org]
 
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