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Posted by Nicoleto | Jan 21, 2010 @ 09:10 AM | 4,276 Views
Posted by Nicoleto | Oct 28, 2009 @ 02:10 PM | 4,656 Views
The material used for the construction is: High quality carbon fiver from The weight of the mount is 285 grams including the servos or 220 grams without them.

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NicoletoMK Camera Mount (3 min 21 sec)


Posted by Nicoleto | May 07, 2009 @ 09:30 PM | 4,799 Views
Posted by Nicoleto | Jul 07, 2007 @ 12:57 PM | 6,861 Views
I got the frame back from the laser cutting shop. Iím very happy with the end results, however, any suggestions or comments would be appreciated.

Posted by Nicoleto | Jun 15, 2007 @ 12:47 PM | 17,764 Views
After a lot of reading and investigating, finally, I started the building process of two experimental Quadrocopters or more exactly, two aerial video platforms. This project will be based on two German designs; the first one is the Quadrocopter, an open source development that can be reviewed at the following link:

And the second one is the Mikrokopter also an open source development that can be reviewed at:

Both projects will utilize three gyros, one compass sensor, one pressure sensor, one three-axis accelerometer and four brushless engines. The Mikrokopter will use proprietary Brushless controllers developed by Holger one of the main developers of the Mikrokopter. As for the frame, Iíve tried to buy one of the German alu frames but it has been almost impossible to contact the seller so I decided build my own frame, which is based on Hammers design. It already passed the CAD design stage and was sent to the laser cutting shop so next week Iíll post a picture of the final product.

As for now Iíve been training with my DraganFlyier. Here are some videos.

DraganFlyer Ti V Pro On/OFF (3 min 31 sec)

DraganFlyer Ti V Pro HD (3 min 32 sec)
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