Carrying or even checking drones on an airplane exposes the fragile mechanics to all sorts of opportunities to break. If the frame has been designed in a CAD program such as Fusion 360, it is very easy to create a decent rugged drone case tough.
Just project the outline and connect the corner points with a spline.
Then extrude the outlines of components such as the FPV camera, the gimbal rails etc at the right height.
Two Acoustic Panels, cut to length perfectly fit the top rugged drone case to protect the props.
Watch out for:
- Adaptive clearing of large pockets needs quite some babysitting though as the foam tends to wrap around the end mill.
- Kaizen foam layers are around 5mm high. Try to avoid pockets to heights which would result in too little material left till the next layer
- Align pockets with the height of the Kaizen foam (recommended 30mm)