The other day one of the motors died out on my most used desk toys. It provides a nice 6-7 minute break when I remember that it has charged; it needed to be fixed ASAP(it keeps me sane through all the work). This one was very quick and easy. Anyone with a steady hand with a bit of soldering skill could do it. When I say “quick” I mean literally less than a minute to replace a motor on the Estes Proto X Nano.
UPDATE: I made a better case which is available on Shapeways! Its Awesome and Small! Go here to get one: http://shpws.me/AccM
Here is a picture:
I received one of the new Proto X Nano Quadcopters as a gift this Christmas and I have to say, I haven’t stopped playing with it yet. I’ve seen number of posts about people wishing that it came with a case; I decided to design one myself and upload it to Thingiverse. I don’t have access to a printer at the moment, but it should be pretty accurate(here is to hoping).