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Jan 09, 2013, 04:53 AM
Hexapilot
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Originally Posted by ArtPiranha
The new test!
Still need some tweaking but ayway here it is
Hi Piranha,
this looks good but could you post some video where we can see the gimbal in action? I mean in that video there is no wind, no movement of the copter, very boring job for such a great gimbal ...
This is the way I test my gimbal, and this is a traditional one with servo and no fancy external gimbal controller!
CX8 copter with UAVG-300 Video Gimbal (2 min 50 sec)


Don't get me wrong, I'm sure the future of the gimbal is brushless and I would like to test them as soon they are available!
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Jan 09, 2013, 05:09 AM
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Hi Hexacop!
I know how about your gimbal tests cause I am your fan!
And yes sorry for the boring videos, It is just initial tests, but it is cold outside now And I don't like to sit outside with my laptop to make more tweaks! So anyway more test will come
Jan 09, 2013, 05:16 AM
Hexapilot
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Originally Posted by ArtPiranha
Hi Hexacop!
I know how about your gimbal tests cause I am your fan!
And yes sorry for the boring videos, It is just initial tests, but it is cold outside now And I don't like to sit outside with my laptop to make more tweaks! So anyway more test will come
Hi Piranha, very good, I'm your fan too
It's not very cold here at the moment, I would be happy to make some test just let me know how I can get a sample of your controller. I have prepared some BLDC motors already and I'm also able to make a simple gopro gimbal.
Jan 09, 2013, 05:25 AM
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Guys, once again, Let me clarify the situation-The controller is not mine, It was developed by Aleksey Moskalenko aka AlexMos but not yet been released, you can contact him through http://www.simplebgc.com/eng/ or just wait for http://www.fpvmodel.com/ release! I' am just one of the first happy testers of Alex's controller on my DIY gimbal mechanics
Jan 09, 2013, 05:33 AM
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Looks nice now just make it 3 axis.
Jan 09, 2013, 07:03 AM
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+1 for 3 axis
some possibility to do it with 2 controllers...waiting next improvments?

what you think about this? http://www.diygimbals.com/
can it make the mechanical part so easy and accessible...isn't it?
Jan 09, 2013, 07:52 AM
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Originally Posted by torg
what you think about this? http://www.diygimbals.com/
I think the example gimbal looks quite similar to what I built a year or so ago...

http://www.diygimbals.com/archives/184
vs.
http://fotoni.org/ilmasta/quad/kamerateline/

The biggest difference is integrated landing gear (which in turn look similar to what I use in my multis... http://fotoni.org/ilmasta/quad/quadcopter/ Not an original invention in any way, however.)

It's a pleasure to be an inspiration!
Jan 09, 2013, 08:15 AM
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Originally Posted by Trnquill
I think the example gimbal looks quite similar to what I built a year or so ago...

http://www.diygimbals.com/archives/184
vs.
http://fotoni.org/ilmasta/quad/kamerateline/

The biggest difference is integrated landing gear (which in turn look similar to what I use in my multis... http://fotoni.org/ilmasta/quad/quadcopter/ Not an original invention in any way, however.)

It's a pleasure to be an inspiration!
Actually the render is only for placeholder! found somewere in internet stock renders website. The first gimbals that I'll publish will be a full property of mine and will be totally different...
have you ever considered to publish free your drawings?
Jan 09, 2013, 09:23 AM
the Simple BGC will get data from any flying controller can provide data of 2 Axis to drive the Brushless motor
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Originally Posted by milo12
Sounds great. Is the controller just for driving the motors and we use a separate gimbal controller? Or will your controller do both functions?
Jan 09, 2013, 10:20 AM
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but can you also just connect a receiver for roll and tilt control? so you don't NEED a extra gimbal controller/flight data info right?
Jan 09, 2013, 10:45 AM
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Jan 09, 2013, 01:58 PM
2 different controllers
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Originally Posted by torg
sorry I don't understand

2 different controllers based on 2 different weight cameras?
or
2 different kit controller+motors?
Jan 09, 2013, 04:39 PM
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Originally Posted by ArtPiranha
Same controller, different motors
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Originally Posted by fpvmodels
2 different controllers
Jan 09, 2013, 05:12 PM
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I think what they mean is...

ArtPiranha is using Alex current board right now which handle up to 2.5amps.

FPVmodels is saying they will have two different model of board available, small one for small camera and bigger amperage one for bigger motor/camera.
Jan 10, 2013, 01:47 AM
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Originally Posted by torg
Actually the render is only for placeholder! found somewere in internet stock renders website. The first gimbals that I'll publish will be a full property of mine and will be totally different...
have you ever considered to publish free your drawings?
I know, didn't say you made it or anything. It just looks awfully similar!

That design is few years old and obsolete. It would need quite a few tweaks to make it worth sharing. Actually I have made a new better iteration with a lot more ways to adjust gimbal balance, but it's not finalized enough to be published, either. Nice idea, anyways!


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