Hi everyone. You've probably seen these things flying around a lot lately: The "Arms" are the things that hold the motors on the end. I want to 3D print a quadcopter frame, and I would like to streamline the arms. Right now they are flat plates, so when the quad is tilted forward, they end up creating some amount of flat plate drag. The difference between streamlining and not streamlining will be, I suspect, negligible, but I would like to see if it's even possible to do what I'm talking about. In my mind I've got a piece of balsa with a motor attached to one end and the other rooted in the fuselage. Around that balsa beam is some sort of plastic covering that rotates according to oncoming airflow. Since most of the airflow is from the motor, I imagine that it would be sticking mostly upwards - but when the aircraft is in forward flight, some of the relative air would tip that covering forward to align it more with the oncoming airflow. I was just wondering if anyone had any idea how to do this? I think it would be cool. Cheers!