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Old Oct 12, 2012, 06:18 AM
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Originally Posted by WhiteFox50 View Post
If multicopters are still new to you, I highly recomend you build a quadcopter first and get used to flying. Because you WILL crash, there is no avoiding that. Id rather ceash a cheap build than a home built masterpiece.
The parts I am planning on using for a start is these (going to start out with a quad-build, and then later on move forward with the HEX project as i gather experience)
Under any circumstances, i will not take it to hard if i crash. I will just cut another one.

Planning on cutting the prototype in alu, and see how it handles.

Still have the questions about wether it is a sucky idea to have the motors lifted higher than the frame itself, as well as if it will cause me problems not having them in a total round circle?

Thanks for your reply´s
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