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Thread: CineTank Mk.I - Official Thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derrick View Post
    Just to be clear you are referring to the SunnySky 2216 1250kV (as opposed to the SunnySky 2212 1250kV)?
    We are getting them from; http://www.multirotorsuperstore.com/...ess-motor.html

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    Some of the features that gives this quad its tank-like toughness is how we interface the inner-mount with the g10 chassis. As you can see in the picture below, the mount keys into the frame. And then you run 4 screws that sandwich the frame, the clamps, frame, and landing gear all together. There are 6 standoffs in the middle of the dirty section as well for good measure, for a total of 22 fastening points that go through the dirty section.



    That reminds me. We used 16mm tube so if you are in a pinch and you broke an arm you can go to the LHS and buy a tailboom for an Align T-rex 500 and make your own. Arm Replacement Template
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    Just FYI, t-rex 600 is 21.5mm... Not 16mm.

    T-rex 500 is 16mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeeflyboy View Post
    Just FYI, t-rex 600 is 21.5mm... Not 16mm.

    T-rex 500 is 16mm
    Dude thank you so much!

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    Introducing the CineTank Mk.I

    You're welcome, I'll take a free cinetank as payment lol...

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    First orders just went out.

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    lol... who ordered 3 frames?
    When nothing else out there will suit your needs... design and build it yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derrick View Post
    lol... who ordered 3 frames?
    Probably Multirotor Superstore or some store

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    That's a sweet looking frame! Wasn't surprised to hear who was behind it either

    Looks like there's stoppers there to prevent the clean section from seperating completely? Well thought out!
    "You can't take the sky from me"

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    Quote Originally Posted by satttheman View Post
    Probably Multirotor Superstore or some store

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