Photos are just for a Demo, you can assemble this anyway you like, also with or without the Middle Frame, the arms can only hold 1806 motors and maybe smaller, but i haven't tried that yet, also there is a cutout for the ESCs in the arm.
I made this 180mm because my print bed is pretty small and I love how strong and durable these mini quads are, this takes about 7-9 hours depending on how much infill you want to print with.
1 Bottom Frame
1 Top Frame
1 Middle Frame (optional)
ESCs: http://www.banggood.com/DYS-BL16A-Mini-16A-BLHeli-ESC-OPTO-2-4s-for-RC-Multicopter-p-975796.html (These will fit perfectly)
Motors: 1806 2300KV motors will fit (X or + Mounting)
Smaller motors might work but try at your own risk
Props: ABS or Carbon 3030 Props http://www.banggood.com/Gemfan-3030-ABS-Propeller-Prop-2CW2CCW-4-PCs-For-RC-Quadcopter-p-1005548.html
Flight Controller: One that's 36mm x 36mm will fit perfectly
PDB: this is the one i have mounted in the photos
Battery: 2-3S I have a Zippy Compact 1500mah but a 1300mah may fit better
Something with a 60C should work good with the 16A ESCs
ADDED 3 Mounts for the top of frame - link: https://www.myminifactory.com/object/mounts-for-arkadia-180mm-quadcopter-18533
1. A Gopro mount, I recommend using short M3 bolts and some matching locknuts to secure mount safely (nylon screws used only for demonstration)
2. A 22.5 degree tilt designed around this camera ( http://www.banggood.com/600TVL-8_0MP-14-2_8mm-CMOS-FPV-170-Degree-Wide-Anlge-Lens-Camera-PALNTSC-p-984345.html ). I used some 3M double sided tape to secure it to my frame but the lens hole is pretty precise after you clean it out after printing.
3. A no tilt mount designed around the same camera above. I used 3M tape to secure the camera to my frame with this mount also.
IF YOU GUYS NEED A 45 DEGREE MOUNT LET ME KNOW IN THE COMMENTS AND I'LL MODIFY THE DESIGN AND ADD IT.
Any questions please ask ! Enjoy this frame !
Printer: Prusa i3
All my parts were printed at a 1100mm layer height Sliced with Simplify3D Support needed for the bottom and top frame holes where bolts or nuts can slide into Support needed for middle frame where it clips into the top frame Print speed 3600 mm/min
Designed in Tinkercad