That doesn't solve anything, sorry. As I stated, the motors have virtually no problem, save for the bearings. The method you suggest still requires bearings for the gears/belt, and so the problem remains.
we can use big spinner for motors
How much it costs, I want a black.
Norman...here is the thread,Airwievlive just showing this guy Killy project bcs they are almost identical...
and here is the webstore
Yesssssss That beautiful frame
I love the black.
just a question, you can change to x8 as the y6
i do not think so,unless you cut it...
this is great thing...
...dex multirotors from first post is by far best for that .. http://vimeo.com/37773332
I use conformal coating on all my all my boards. I don't fly in rain but have flown in light rain and never had a problem.
Conforming liquids is what you need to look at. They are industrial chemicals for protecting PCBs against moisture.
You can make a spray solution out of them and spray the PCB boards of your Ardu Copter. This process is called CURING, which is often used in robotics applications.
There are other such chemicals but they are super expensive, so this one was reasonably priced.
If you use Brushless motors probabably you need not spraying them.
For sonar and other breathing parts, you might want to place a tape or cotton ball when u spray, to avoid clogging them.
You also need to follow all the hazmat precautions when handling these liquids during the mixing and spraying.
I purchased breathable waterproof fabric and tried to make a jacket for the Ardu copter, and the fabric was too cumbersome to shape.
We used shrink-wrap plastic and it worked but the sonar was the issue and before each flight u need to shrink-wrap again. Any membrane will have this problem.