I 3D printed these


#1

I 3D printed some prop holders, it always frustrated me the props trying to spin when I was trying to put it away in the bag.
Does anyone else use anything to prevent their props moving?


#2

Nice :+1:
I do like the Arctic MP :+1:


#3

Nice :+1:t2:

I use these on my MP when in the hard case:

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#4

I use my fingers, does that count? :joy:


#5

same sort for me Rich, on my Mavic Pro.


#6

:rofl:


#7

Do you leave them in the bag? :rofl:


#8

Doubles up as a handwarmer :rofl:


#9

High wind?
I’m here all week folks :clown_face:


#10

You use high wind to prevent your props moving?
How does that work?


#11

Elastic band


#12

+1 for fingers


#13

I don’t take off :wink:
Seriously though - I don’t take either AC anywhere unless it’s in a case :+1:


#14

:laughing:

I have cases for all except the MP, I normally carry that in the Manfrotto D1 with the P4P if taking both out.
I have been looking for a case that will carry the MP and goggles together but not found one I like yet.
I printed the above because of that bag that the Mavic came with is not the best of things and the props were always twisting around.


#15

It’s a shame you’re not local - I have a spare MP case you could have. I kept it when I sold the MP - fits the drone only.


#16

That’s very kind of you.
Send me some photos.


#17

No worries will do - I’ll dig it out in the morning :+1:

This is the chap!


#18

I use one of those. Brilliant things! One for the RC and one for a pair of batteries, too.


#19

I nearly bought the set of those before.
I did print a box but the lid was 3mm smaller than the top And I haven’t bothered resizing it to print it again as yet.


#20

Nah - you need my spare - I only kept it in the hope the M2 would fit - which it doesn’t :face_with_monocle: