Included in this download pack are all DXF frame files, STL 3D print files, plus hardware links and assembly and build info for the 1st generation of Hyperlow Frames.
This collection introduced the low profile construction concept to the FPV world and inspired a long list of other popular designs.
They will have you covered for freestyle, racing, long range, and cinematic, while saving you money in having them cut yourself, and allowing you to customize them to suite your needs.
The included frames are:
HYPERLOW MODULAR V2 FREESTYLE FRAME
The first flagship Hyperlow frame. Features an indestructible front camera plate, arms shifted for and aft to shorten length and increase durability, TPU mounts for various size FPV cams. Standard 30x30 GoPro mounting pattern to fit any Hyperlow mount and GoPro. Can be built light and efficient with 4mm arms or as a bando basher with 5mm arms and thicker top plate.
5-6" True X arm layout. ~120g+
HYPERLOW UNIBODY SERIES
A basic design that just works. Light and simple, with an inverted build option for mid-mounting batteries. Included 5” and 6” base plate, and a 6” XL Long Ranger edition (pictured) for carrying more mah.
5-6" True X arm layout. ~95g - 105g+
HYPERLOW VERT RACER
A collab with KababFPV brought about a stacked vertical arm design that needs no cumbersome aluminum motor mounts found on similarly profiled arms. Build at a slammed 10mm, or 15mm for a double stack. Perfect for the 20x20 stacks. Stretched X arm layout. ~80g
A smaller, lighter version of the premium RS+ frame. Designed to be a dual top-mount racer and freestyle rig. Simple design which has 4” 5” and 6” stretched X arm options. 4” takes both 14xx and 22xx sized motors. Possible candidate for Vista rigs. 20x20 x 2 (newly added) and 30x30 mounting. ~85g
folder layout, and 3D print view
PDF view with links to parts, and build logs
HOW TO USE
Simply send the DXF files to a carbon cutting service (eg. cncmadness.com or a friend with a router), and have them cut the frame files in your requested quantities and plate thickness. The files have already been labelled with their recommended thickness and number of parts needed to for a complete frame assembly.
Links are provided to purchase standard M3 hardware if needed, as well as to brain3d.co for 3d printing services if you don't have access to a 3d printer.
HOW TO EDIT
Files can also be imported into CAD software, such as free to use FUSION360, for customization.
Create a sketch > Insert DXF > Select file > make changes > Export DXF from File menu
eg. 20x20 mounting point added to the rear of the Unibody.
These files and designs are free to use for personal use, and free to modify to suit your customization needs. However Hyperlow Frames, LLC retains full rights to these works, and any modifications, remixes, or derivatives, which must retain the Hyperlow name. They may not be redistributed or sold without explicit permission. If you are interested in a commercial license to do so, please reach out to [email protected].
-Rich // @richrd