Print N Fly is a 3D printing competition created to test the boundaries of drone design.

Participants will get the opportunity to create a drone frame (it doesn’t have to be a quadcopter!) using Autodesk Fusion 360 and modern manufacturing tools available at the Imperial College Hackspace. Finalists will then be invited to a Build N Race day where they will get the opportunity to fly their drone around an epic race track.

Categories

Fastest Round the Track
Best Creative
Best Online CAD Submission

Timeline

  • Now - 5 Mar: Submission
  • 3 Mar: Autodesk-run workshop on Drone modelling in Fusion 360
  • 5 Mar 2300: Submission portal closes
  • 7 Mar: Finalists announced and components are handed to finalists
  • 10 Mar: Flying practice session at Wormwood scrubs for all finalists
  • 7 - 15 Mar: Finalists to print, iterate and make their own drones
  • 16 Mar 1800-2100: Competition Finals.


Full Technical Guide

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Address

Imperial College London,
Exhibition Road,
London SW7 2AZ
United Kingdom