For some reason my quad decided to take an own flight... at 2:20 in the video I start to turn right but then the quad turns left by itself and flies backwards
Such a fun day. A small West Devon FPV meet was organised by the guys from BBRC. The location was perfectly suited to this sport with different
Flying in the Stadium from 1912 Olympic games
A beautiful afternoon spent with great friends on Jackson Lake in Georgia.
All video was shot with my GoPro Hero 3+ Silver edition camera.
I managed to get two full flights done at this beautiful location (the full flight shown was my second flight), the air was very calm inside
No FPV yet, so all flying is within line of site. At times, I did get a good distance away from myself while down in the trees... right on the edge of
My Homebuilt AeroQuad quadcopter bumming around the Dam at the South end of Jackson Lake in Georgia.
No FPV yet, so all the flying is still
Hey Scott! I was actually thinking the same thing. I'm going to figure out way to have a removable tray that sits just above the landing gear that contains
Nice design. You might solve some of your weight distribution problems by stacking another "star" below the existing center
I've been using ABS printed motor mounts all summer, no issues with heat at all. I've broken a few mounts but I haven't bent a motor shaft or prop adapter
Wooden is pretty spot on. I don't think properly cooled motors would get much above 100*F, the extrusion temperatures for ABS are 430*F, assuming that
I wouldn't expect it to - if your motors are getting that hot you're either flying like a madman or you've got some setup issue (wrong ESC timing, prop
wooden +1, yamahabest +1
RobDrech, I was actually thinking about Rostock Max2 or something similar.
Back to topic, the motors can get quite hot, would it not affect
Oh, I am so sorry, I didn't know I had to respond to you within 24 hours...
This attitude will get you very far in this hobby... Maybe someone
Wooden, I completely agree with your take on the landing gear, it's quite "light duty". I haven't decided on a better design yet so that one
I don't think you understand how small this forum is - less than 10 people regularly post here... And to be honest, the 'first time builder, did I choose