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Posted by cadcyg | Sep 24, 2015 @ 03:18 PM | 1,383 Views
This is the artistic flying Steampunk Drone.

The dimensions are 11 5/16” from center of the motor to the center of the other motor.
Height 8 3/8”
Motors 935 Kv
Lipo 3s 3,000 mah
FC – KK2.1 flashed with stevis 1.9 firmware
ESC simonk 20 amp
Propellers 8045
Distribution board – bullet connectors 3mm
Receiver – 9 channel DSM2.
9/32 nuts and bolts
bought motor mounts.
Weight 1,034 grams
Design from plans

The design.
This is built from some plans that I designed for a drone. I used AutoCAD Inventor to design this done. The idea was to create a drone that could be made in a typical home workshop environment. I didn't want to invest in a 3d printer, and didn't want to use a CNC machine to cut out the parts. It had to be light, easy to cut and mold or finish, easy to assembly, and to be able to create as many parts that are needed for replacements. This is where the idea for these plans was born from. You can read more about the plans and how to purchase them here.
Drone plans to purchase here http://multicopterdesign.com/
The first design.
I made the first prototype out of Acrylic and wood. The first design was built with 935 kv motors and 9x7 props. The bolts and nuts came from a local hardware store. The motors, esc, flight control board, propellers, jst plugs, lipo battery, and the landing gear all were purchased from hobby stores online. The first design even had its own created power distribution board designed and built from bullets and wires....Continue Reading
Posted by cadcyg | Aug 04, 2015 @ 04:40 PM | 1,713 Views
Hello my fellow Radio control builders. I want to share with you something you can make in your workshop, that doesn’t cost much and is fun to play with after it is made. If this venture is successful I will make more designs in the future.
This was made from pine and acrylic cut from a bandsaw and a table saw.
DIY quadcopter plans
You can find more about it by clicking that link.

If you have any questions I am here to answer any that I can.
multicopterdesign@gmail.com
Posted by cadcyg | Nov 03, 2013 @ 04:28 PM | 2,349 Views
I am going to share with you some of my work I have done over the years on my little and big planes. I am getting better at flying, but when I was not so good I concentrated all of my time into decorating them. Now I can fly most of em.

Hope you enjoy these pictures as much as I do
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