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08/15/2016
Andrew V.

Replacment plate for Carbon H

Once again MMW has went above and beyond. After enquiring about the Carbon H bottom plate replacement, and receive and email stating that one has be allocated and will be posted to you shortly!!! payment due $0.00 Wow, talk about purely true love for the hobby and the customers!!! Thanks again MMW I will be purchasing from you again, again and again!!! One of the best places for your micro gear!!!

DC
07/31/2016
Dustin C.

I bought mine with a plan for modifying it.

I find 1mm thickness is nowhere near stout enough for 8.5mm motors. I'm also gonna run the "dark edition" motors on this build. I have another micro built on MMW standard 8.5's. I built it on a Phoenix Flight Gear 95mm frame. For it I bought (2) 1mm plates and Gorilla Gel CA'd them together. It's super stout now! For my MMW 135mm frame I'm attempting to 3D print a 2mm thick inner sandwich to go between the 2 carbon plates I bought. I'm gonna glue laminate all three layers together. I'll print the inner piece 2mm bigger in width all around too so it sucks out as a bumper. If I had your guys actual file that you're cutting from I'd then make the bumper portion thick enough to cover the edges of the carbon plates. I'm afraid I won't get the line-work tight enough to make that work without the file though. I've had to scan the frame in a printer, import, cut out the shape in Photoshop, import to Sketchup and model from there. In conclusion, I like the frame shape but I find a quad running 8.5mm motors and flying in acro to need a thicker frame than 1mm. It's gonna crash, hard, and should make it through a good many before breaking or it's just not sustainable. Big fan though. Running your motors on all my brushless builds.