The Komodo was designed from the ground up as a tunable, fpv, race platform. We started with a clean screen and began with the intention of building the most versatile, tunable, fpv race quad on the market today. From the removable electronics tray, to the iconic mowhawk, Komodo is sure to put you in the winners circle and turn heads at the field. We hope our vision meets and exceeds your expectations as a durable, tunable and easily repairable racing mini quad.
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Add Metal Threads to Your 3D Prints - Make Them Functional!
Connecting mechanical components can be a challenge with 3D printing. Tapping functional holes in plastic that can support a load is nearly impossible. I want to share an easy method I've found to add metal threads to a 3D print that you can do with just a soldering iron.This Instructable is entered into the Full Spectrum Laser and Hack Your Day contests so if you think it's a winner for either one, I'd appreciate your vote! Thanks!