With the help of our new intern Mattias we finally got around to shooting a short video and taking photos of the Crazyflie 2.0 prototypes. We are really excited to finally show the new version and we are looking forward to getting some feedback from our readers. We are currently finalizing the design of the motor mounts, so for the video and photos we are using 3D printed prototypes printed in our Ultimaker. The design used in the photos is pretty close to the final design, which will also be transparent. The Crazyflies shown doesn’t have any expansion boards attached, instead there’s just a PCB that holds the battery.
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2 comments on “Crazyflie 2.0 photos and video”
Sweet. Do you have a rough idea when it’ll be for sale to the public? I still haven’t destroyed my original Crazyflie. I’m not trying to… sometimes stuff happens and it goes where it shouldn’t. It’s incredibly well made and a blast to fly
Sounds great, happy to hear that you are enjoying it! We are getting really close, but we can’t give an exact date right now.