description: Hutula is an slim, compact and powerfoul racing drone packet with technology from DJI, 18650 cells batterypack designed by Contrivé.
I do not have so much picture of the first version of Hutula, I was a little torn and was eager to do a try to fly the Hutula. On the video below you can hear the sound of Hutula, which sounds like a helicopter. This is because the arms on the drone have I designed too thin and they observe all of the vibration created by the motors/rotors. But Hutula flies OK to have this problem during the first flight. By then I was very torn and had to test the limits of Hutula. Something that ended with total wreckage. I do not have any video of the crash but this can be clearly seen in the picture below.
3D-printing of the new Hutula body.
Hutula is printed with Duplicator 6 from Wanhao. She is made of the material PLA (polylactic acid) and the filament provides a no-hassle 3D printing experience thanks to its reliability and good surface quality.
The printing time of the body is approximately 21 hours.