Here we have a small time trial course setup buy the guys at Hoverspeed RC using their new line of Pro Air Gates and FPV Race flags.
For the 4th of July Holiday I spent some time at my in-law's place on Lake Ontario near Rochester, New York, USA. We had a family gathering for the usual
Here is some close proximity FPV in one of my favourite locations to fly, its rare I get the chance to get here as its in a very exposed
I had so much fun flying the new Rotor Evolution 180mm Curve frame the other day that I just had to share the video, this little beast is
Here is a few practice laps around the excellent HoverSpeed RC course setup at Weston Model Air Show 2015. The course also featured
Here are some fun flights in and around Drake's Leat near Plymouth in Devon. The day was sunny with very strong wind so this section of
Here is a test of the Runcam HD camera. The Spanky 5 is fitted with two Runcam HD camera's, one facing forwards and another underneath the
Here is a quick practise race I got to have with Somerset FPV Racing Group, I had been flying the Spanky 5 all morning so thought it was
Such a great holiday. All the family travelled up north from Devon to Sowerby Bridge near Manchester for a barge holiday on
I have been working on my first quad for some time now and thought I would post what I have done so far.
Trying something different here
Such a clean build... how much is this running you in terms of cost?
GoPro mount done along with all of the wiring. The maiden flight will be tomorrow...
Progress.... I haven't been worrying about the weight... Right now it's getting it done and tuned.
multistar 2206 v2 baby beasts
Very cool, nice frame cutting and CNC machine too! =What flight controller are you planning to use on your miniquad frame?
Despite your problems, there is no denying the result is amazing.
I would though use smaller screws / nuts on your quad, just too loose
I realize this is an old thread; just wondering if there is any more info and pic's on this great build?
Low and behold... I can make a CNC, but I don't know how to measure an H quad... Specs have been updated, the size is really 280mm to the two farthest
The arms are pretty darn stiff. Hey, if 3mm is good enough for Blackout, then it's good enough for me.
I ended up buying CAMBAM because they
Man, that CNC machine is SOO COOOL!!! Can you by any chance provide a link to the project (assuming it's a open-source one) so I could build one too???