Posted by georgez |
Nov 10, 2014 @ 12:58 PM | 3,197 Views
Just thought I share pics of my latest project. Parts list below.
- ZMR 250 mini quad
- PDB from "overcraft", RCG member
- DYS BE1806-2300kv motors
- Gemfan 5x3 props
- Emax 12a ESC's
- Naze32 flight controller
- HK Super simple OSD
- ImmersionRC 25mW VTX
- OrangeRX with Sat
- My very own cloverleaf antenna enclosed in custom made dome cover (ping pong ball)
Posted by eMoon |
Nov 10, 2014 @ 10:14 AM | 2,191 Views
Tried my hand at it for the first time this past weekend.
I didn't get a video but it was so much fun. And really really hard too. I never realized how difficult it was to cut a silly ribbon! I have a new found respect for that type of flying.
You play the game you pay the price. The Bloody Wonder did well in regular flying but a few dumb thumbs later and bit of cockiness ends up being a walk of shame. However,
a balsa power pod covered with two layers of ultra thin fiberglass makes for a very very tough pod. This one nosed in from 50 feet and there is not a scratch on the pod! It's
ready to go into the next frame.
Posted by uuustore1 |
Nov 10, 2014 @ 07:46 AM | 1,960 Views
This is a new designed Transmitter works on 5.8GHz full band 32 channels. It is whole alloy cased and the heat-sinking is very effictive. Works on 2S to 6S wide voltage. LED Digital Read-out and very simply operation.
Alloy Transmitter AT32H Fetures:
* The button automatically locked in case of mistake hangling.
* The Power-amplier protection fuction to reduce the chances if no antenna on the Tx when power ON.
* Built-in high quality Audio processor
* The transmitter comes with high quality mushroom antenna to ensure the great performance
* Transmission Frequency: 5.8GHz
* Working Channels: 32CH
* Output Power: 600mW
* LED digital read-out for channels display
* A-button operation, very simply use
Fetures ONE of Alloy Transmitter:
* 32 Channels 5.8GHz 600mW
* 2S ~ 6S wide range voltage
* A-button operation, simple use
* LED digital-read for channels change
Posted by Jmasula |
Nov 10, 2014 @ 06:38 AM | 2,639 Views
First time cutting tapers, was interesting for sure. Now that i've got the templates and the know how I'll probably cut a couple more. This first one was for a buddy, he's gonna finish it and put some FPV on it.
Posted by Mahskeeter |
Nov 10, 2014 @ 06:30 AM | 1,592 Views
Hi guys and gals. I've been having fun chatting on RCG with members. Thanks for reaching out to me. I'm still flying my RcTimer Spider quad/ Pixhawk setup. I haven't mastered my brushless gimbal setup to my liking. I will keep working on that. Currently I fly with 3s 4500 packs and I get up to 10 minutes flight with my APC 10 in props with 2812 980kv rctimers. I want to get a few more minutes if possible so i'm considering lower kv motors and 4s packs.
Thankfully there is a ton of information available on the groups. Thanks for everything.
Hello fellow RCG members,
I wanted use this space to tell everyone a little about me. I became a RCG member a few years ago and since then I have used the groups to learn a lot about multicopters, fpv, and lipo batteries.
Years ago I raced 1/10 scale buggy and 1/8 scale nitro buggies on dirt tracks in metro Michigan area. Continuing in the hobby, I moved in to flight. First I got a Zagi flying wing, and then ended up getting a Blade Cp Heli. Eventually I got a HDX 450 electric heli and an Align Trex 250 as my need for flying progressed.
As of late I have been pretty involved with multicopters, having a 650 quad, Dji style 450, Reptile 500, and now a TBS Discovery. I have been enjoying flying LOS and FPV with my quads. I have used original KK FC as well as Multiwii, APM 2.5, and Pixhawk.
I have built (2) 3d printers and currently Iím using a mendelmax 1.5 that I sourced...Continue Reading
Posted by QuadcopterHQ |
Nov 10, 2014 @ 05:43 AM | 2,086 Views
The Blade Nano QX is an excellent value for anyone starting off flying quadcopters. Its SAFE technology makes it easy to fly, but the quad has a ton of power and is super agile so you won't get bored of it even after you've mastered the basics! Highly recommended for any new flyer - read the full Blade Nano QX review with pictures here: http://quadcopterhq.com/blade-nano-qx-review/.
--------------------- Blade Nano QX Review
The Blade Nano QX is an excellent entry-level small/mid-size quadcopter. It is easy to learn to fly on, but it is powerful enough to ensure that you really won’t get bored with it anytime soon – it can be tough to master it! Read on for our full Blade Nano QX review and see how it stacks up against other quadcopters like the Syma X1 or the Parrot AR.Drone!
The Blade Nano QX comes in a small cardboard box, with everything that you need to start flying. It includes:
Blade Nano QX quadcopter
One 3.7V 150mAh 25C Li-Po battery
4-channel DSMX transmitter with batteries
Compact USB Li-Po battery charger
Yellow and green accessory canopies
Extra set of colored propellers
Blade Nano QX Design
The Blade Nano QX is a small to mid-size quadcopter, measuring about 5 inches wide by 1.5 inches tall. If you are familiar with the Hubsan X4, it is slightly larger than that (but not by much). The Nano QX quadcopter weighs about 16.5 grams, which is essentially half of the weight of the regular Hubsan X4 or the X4 video version. Since there isn...Continue Reading
Posted by siglomaxjojo |
Nov 10, 2014 @ 05:05 AM | 2,038 Views
Here is a new F450 Quad FPV version with APM2.6 auto-pilot for drone hobbyist.
This combo equipped with latest 2212 900KV FPV BL motor,makes flight with little vibration ,improving the battery efficiency by over 20%,.
The current version comes with all components you need to build your quad:
ENIG PCB frame,30A High-speed controller,2212 900KV FPV motor,Apm2.6 auto-pilot with Ublox 6M GPS module(with antenna and compass),1045CF propeller,or you can also use 9443 Self-tightening pros for optional,tall landing gear,soldering accessories.
Currently, we found most pilots install their gimbals directly to the bottom of this F450 bottom plate which will have some vibration during flight,to solve this ,now you can hang directly your gimbal to the tall landing gear with the mounting hooks we provided,no need to spend lots of efforts to get it under the bottom board.
Posted by kokorcmodel |
Nov 10, 2014 @ 04:19 AM | 2,894 Views
Our new motor, MARS POWER, $35/set (2*cw+2*ccw).
Motor KV value: 920KV
Motor diameter: 28mm
Motor length (no shaft): 24mm
The stator diameter: 22mm
No load current: 0.5A
The bottom of the mounting hole: 16mm*19mm
Posted by TScott1118 |
Nov 09, 2014 @ 09:42 PM | 2,623 Views
Finally had a break in the wind after last weekend's blustery conditions.
I did a few hand tosses and added in a BUNCH of down elevator.
Anyway, this plane flew great and it will slow down in a tight circle, and pick up a lot of speed with a few clicks of down. It got a little breezy as the afternoon progressed and it penetrates into the winds very well.
I did wind up adding a little nose weight, after doing the dive test.
Landings were a piece of cake and I didn't try to stall it, but if you slow down too much in a turn it just noses down until there's enough airspeed to correct it glide path.