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Old Sep 03, 2010, 04:22 PM
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Home made FPV parts..camera pod..antenna tracking..:D

Here is one of few home made projects;
EasyStar pod for video transmitter, batery and camera mount with pan-tilt option. All parts are from 3mm light plywood, cuted with laser, i make 2 diferent camera holders, one is for uncased 4040 and KX191 and other for KX171/KX131 type, holes are for 9g servos like TG9 or HXT900;
With CA is assembled in 15 mins

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here are some pictures, some parts missing, probably will tommorow fix all on plane, now is camera fixed direct on servo arm
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Old Sep 03, 2010, 07:42 PM
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Not sure I understand correctly. Are you claiming this design as your own?
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Old Sep 03, 2010, 07:45 PM
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Sure looks like a ReadyMadeRC pod to me... and I don't even own one....
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Old Sep 04, 2010, 03:35 AM
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Not sure I understand correctly. Are you claiming this design as your own?
no mate, design are combined from some what exist on market, even if you make your own design cant be lot diferent, must be similar;
i just working on mehanical parts to get pan servo travel 240 degrees or more, for tilt is ok 90.
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Old Sep 04, 2010, 04:13 AM
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Here is one of few home made projects;
EasyStar pod for video transmitter, batery and camera mount with pan-tilt option. All parts are from 3mm light plywood, cuted with laser, i make 2 diferent camera holders, one is for uncased 4040 and KX191 and other for KX171/KX131 type, holes are for 9g servos like TG9 or HXT900;
With CA is assembled in 15 mins

p.s.
here are some pictures, some parts missing, probably will tommorow fix all on plane, now is camera fixed direct on servo arm

Ok when you were stating that the parts were all laser cut I assumed you were claiming the whole thing as your design... when it clearly isn't.

I'm all for scratch building but if you're going to copy someone elses design at least make a few changes to the base plate templates.
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Old Sep 04, 2010, 04:36 AM
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Ok when you were stating that the parts were all laser cut I assumed you were claiming the whole thing as your design... when it clearly isn't.

I'm all for scratch building but if you're going to copy someone elses design at least make a few changes to the base plate templates.
all parts are created in Corel, this is test cuted pieces but is diferent als others in market, maybe you dont see now this, i will upload here plans for CNC in DXF and for laser in CDR then compare all
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Old Sep 04, 2010, 06:06 AM
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Yes, there is a small difference.

but not that much.
http://readymaderc.com/store/index.p...4c0pb4hrnuu5a4
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