Wouldn’t it be nice if your drone didn’t break every time you inadvertently crashed it into trees? The guys from Bonadrone certainly think so, that is why they invented Mosquito, a modular, 3D printed quadcopter whose parts can be replaced easily #dronemagic
Bonadrone created a completely customizable drone made from 3D printed parts, except for electronics – such as motors, batteries and control parts. The idea is to preserve Mosquito and develop it further with downloadable files that can recreate missing or destroyed parts under your eyes (if you have a 3D printer). Moreover, the standard model comes disassembled with step-by-step instructions in order for buyers to learn how they operate or how to customize them with Bonadrone accessories. The company even puts a support team at clients’ disposal. The only part that comes separate from the standard pack is a camera for smooth HD videos.
Available on Indiegogo now, Mosquito costs 599 euros, the standard, disassembled pack. After the drone becomes more popular, the founders hope to create a community around drones that will come up with new designs and idea for Bonadrone to implement.