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Black purpose-fitted case includes: drone body with six carbon fiber rotor arms (two fixed, two pivot for deployment) attached to a central body canopy (antenna fits through off-center hole, blue Flirtey "F" logo decal indcates front), signed "Tom Bass" on underside in red(?) ink 4 carbon fiber legs with wheel at foot, attach to deployable rotor arms near rotor motors 3 white paperboard T-Motor Carbon Prop boxes each containing 2 carbon fiber propeller blades in individual black velvet bags delivery mechanism - black pastic gantry housing containing motor and winch with clamp, grey open cell foam on feet camera mount with attached Hero3+ camera, short screw tends to fall out of proper right mount leg radio link cable - USB cable with radio antenna, velcro-type patch on radio to attach to laptop cover, brown wire insulation failing, exposing wire strands Wiha driver (264/2,5x60) for use with legs and rotors, 3 spare screws (each different) and one spare nut spare(?) antenna, possibly for radio cable. Positionable antenna has been glued into fixed position.
Black purpose-fitted Pelican case with custom-fitted foam layers used to transport the Flirtey F3.0 Hexacopter "Nemesis" delivery drone.
This object is not on display at the National Air and Space Museum. It is either on loan or in storage.