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Old Oct 06, 2011, 12:06 AM
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@ Paul,
why not propose a frame for HEXA and TRI traditional?
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Old Oct 06, 2011, 05:09 AM
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And Warthox your feedback about the MT3506 and the big prop? I'm planning to use 4S and 13x4 or the 12x4.5 from Paul that you testet also.
So which one should i try first?
Andy
with the apc sfp 14x4.7 i have of course more thrust. i lifted 2kg of payload. i use 3s. after normal flying the motors are cold.
for 4s the 12x4.5 could be enough. but u have to test it on your copter.

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Warthox as always, heavy stuff, full throttle all the time
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Woaaahhh!

I bow down for some moves never seen before. The CF props #2 is outstanding. I mean moves like at 0.42 - 0.44 - looks like dancing.

Also: those full stops at high speed into a hover or a flip. Great!
Found a new favorite toy, eh?
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yep, allready came back to just watch the videos from markus, he is unbelievable and the sound is unique, he have a own style, markus dont you want to try to compose some music in flight?, some simple melody will be enough
thanks guys
flighttime was arround 3:30min till battery was completely empty. full throttle for 90% of the flying time calls for his victims
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Old Oct 06, 2011, 05:15 AM
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flighttime was arround 3:30min till battery was completely empty. full throttle for 90% of the flying time calls for his victims
At least it was 3.30min of pure fun - and not 5min of boredom if I had flown that beast.
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Old Oct 06, 2011, 05:17 AM
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At least it was 3.30min of pure fun - and not 5min of boredom if I had flown that beast.
crashs can be very entertaining, too
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Old Oct 06, 2011, 06:58 AM
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crashs can be very entertaining, too
Bllll!
Trying to make fun of me ole geezer, eh?
I'm still learning. Let's say in 20 years I'll be there where you were when you were young.
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Old Oct 06, 2011, 11:40 AM
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@ Paul,
why not propose a frame for HEXA and TRI traditional?
also planned
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Old Oct 06, 2011, 11:44 AM
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with the apc sfp 14x4.7 i have of course more thrust. i lifted 2kg of payload. i use 3s. after normal flying the motors are cold.
for 4s the 12x4.5 could be enough. but u have to test it on your copter.







thanks guys
flighttime was arround 3:30min till battery was completely empty. full throttle for 90% of the flying time calls for his victims
What does "Empty" mean here? How low are you going with the voltage?

I try not to harm my Lipos by setting the LIP alarm to a very High value but sometimes my charger puts 2200mAh into the Lipo, so it was totally depleted.

I should test the powermeter.

Nils
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Old Oct 06, 2011, 11:49 AM
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also planned
And OCTO
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Old Oct 06, 2011, 03:01 PM
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What does "Empty" mean here? How low are you going with the voltage?

I try not to harm my Lipos by setting the LIP alarm to a very High value but sometimes my charger puts 2200mAh into the Lipo, so it was totally depleted.

I should test the powermeter.

Nils
?? he simply flew till it fall from the sky??
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Old Oct 06, 2011, 03:06 PM
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@Paul,
you can add the dimension of the arm for the flyduspider with 10" Propellers in your shop?
I have added 5cm for mount 10" propellers in my FLYDUSPIDER, but i don't know if the geometry it's compromised...
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Old Oct 06, 2011, 03:43 PM
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Black FreeIMU and black Promini on a black board:



The Promini is from DFRobot and works well. There are just 2 things to consider:
1. FTDI pin header is inverted so don't simply solder 90 angled pins or your FTDI breakout won't fit
2: A4 and A5 are not exactly in line with the board. Normal pins would lead to tension so better use copper wire.
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Old Oct 06, 2011, 03:43 PM
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it is compromised...but it may work good, i heard of it, Hubibubi did it too.
Well but 8" is a good size for the spider, nice sportscar then.
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Old Oct 06, 2011, 04:20 PM
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Paul,
in your spider the front propellers are 2.5cm/3cm up on the frame, this induce turbolence and vibration, my friend have tried to add 2cm on the front arms and the vibration it's decreased.

Do you know this problem on your frame?
How it's possible resolve this turbolence problem?
How i can calculate the correct lenght for the arms? (10" propellers?)

I like this frame, but the front arms are too small (this it's my opinion)
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Old Oct 06, 2011, 04:29 PM
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Turbolences are only one fact. Another one is the length of the arms. The longer they are, the more vibrations you will have. On the flyduspider you will notice that the front arms will not vibrate while the long rear arms will badly vibrate.
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Old Oct 06, 2011, 05:14 PM
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Black FreeIMU and black Promini on a black board:



The Promini is from DFRobot and works well. There are just 2 things to consider:
1. FTDI pin header is inverted so don't simply solder 90 angled pins or your FTDI breakout won't fit
2: A4 and A5 are not exactly in line with the board. Normal pins would lead to tension so better use copper wire.
Looking good. What escs and what size hs tubing did you use on them?
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