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Custom frame designed for NanoWii
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Nov 16, 2012
, 02:17 AM
Time to learn to fly
Netherlands, Overste, Zwolle
Joined Feb 2012
I picked up my packages yesterday and I love packages that say, Origin Hong Kong
The most important content are the motors. They are well packed with a prop mount for both sides. The shaft-side will not be used. Not only that, the shaft itself is too long so time to fire up the dremel (is the dremel even known outside the Netherlands?)
First I taped it up untill there were no holes left where the iron dust can reach the magnets.
One down.............................................. .................................Three to go.
I know I have to dismantle it all again but I have to see how it looks
As you can see, the prop distance is not 2-2,5cm as said before.
Next thing to do is Simonize the esc's. I used to solder on all the wires to load the new firmware. This took me about 2 hours for 5 esc's (4 to fly, 1 spare). With the
I bought at Hobbyking it's a breese. Took me longer to get the shrink wrap off than uploading the SimonK firmware.
That's it for now. Next things to do.
Shorten wires from esc to rx
Cut slots for the velcro to attach the Lipo
Change the weak screws that hold the prop mount for proper M2,5 screws (weak point of the SK3 serie)
Wait for the ebay orders (flatcable, headers)
I hope there is something to show tomorrow so stay tuned