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Quadcopter nose dive on first flight

Started by Mert. Last reply by Mert Aug 11. 24 Replies

Hello everyone,A couple of minutes ago I tried to fly my quadcopter for the first time. Unfortunately it ended in a nose dive before even taking off. Something I noticed was that when I raised my…Continue

problemas con quadcopter- retrocede

Started by jhonatan tacza Jun 13. 0 Replies

que tal compañeros un saludo.bueno arme un f450 y tengo un problema con mi f450 que no se queda en althold en el punto y siempre se va hacia atras, en modo estabilizado tambien retrocede.espero sus…Continue


Started by iftikhar khan. Last reply by Bill Piedra Jun 10. 15 Replies

i need quad copter design and specification ( hardware ) and differnet detail i need quadcoptre fly 30 min and tale off weight will be 250g to 30kgs i will pay how can help me for all this project or…Continue

Only 3 Motors spinning at any one time

Started by Kenneth. Last reply by Ronnie Hedlund Jun 9. 10 Replies

Hi guys,I'm new to the hobby and I've a diy drone that i'm working on, using the APM 2.6 on 3.2.1 Firmware.I've calibrated my ESCs,and all the manual calibrations that have to be done…Continue

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Comment by Russell B. Sutton on June 3, 2011 at 11:08pm

@ Alan        LUCKY!!

3D Robotics
Comment by Chris Anderson on June 3, 2011 at 10:33pm
HI Alan. Thanks for the offer. It looks like you're based in San Diego, which is where the 3D Robotics team is. Would you like to come by and meet the team?
Comment by Martin Kim on June 3, 2011 at 2:43pm

It's good to see Arducopter user group.

and I hope I can get a answer here for my quest, that was not responded on my previous discussions that was posted in technical support section.

pleae help!

For my Tilt Rotor Quad Project.

I am looking for ways to add I2c sensor board SEN-10321 to APM & Oilpan for my project. Oilpan already have Accelerometer and Gyros built into board, and my project need to mount them in seperate location (under the motor support in my project picture), since this board have same sensors  as Oilpan and also include same Magnetometer. I thought this was my best candidate for my project and also, I don't need seperate Magnetometer anymore.

Sen-10321 needs 3.3 volt, and Oilpans's I2c has 5v. Do I need logic level shifter and I2c splitter for this connection? and what and how do I need to change code to do this?

If I can use both sensors (SEN-10321 and Oilpan's built-in without disable them), and somehow address them in the code will be wonderful. If that is not possible I will just need to use remote sensor board.

I am not good at programming, so detailed instruction will be woderful.

3D Robotics
Comment by Alan Sanchez on June 1, 2011 at 11:28pm
Took my quad for its first test run today and......It Flies! . Thanks Chris and the arducopter team. Best graduating present ever!! Made my day, all the hard work finally paid off. Any room for a mechanical engineer at DIY Drones?
Comment by Russell B. Sutton on May 31, 2011 at 5:34pm
Hey everyone nice to see this groups is growing.  Go ahead and click the " + Invite more "  Like I did.   :O) 
Comment by Wessie on May 31, 2011 at 12:25pm

I have happily been flying my AC2 for a while now, and its currently in pieces, as I am converting it to a Hexa. hope all goes well, will probably post a review and some pics here soon...


Comment by Mark Sutton on May 30, 2011 at 7:41pm

Thank you for the invite to this group. I am still working on my first Quad Drone. I have built models and flown RC for years. I would like to share a link to John Searl and think many of you will find him fascinating. The video about him is amazing.

Comment by Nigel on May 30, 2011 at 8:53am

Many thanks for the invitation to this group.  Of course any member who is in the UK is enthusiastically invited to our South of England 'Drone Zone' event which is happening on the 12th June.  This is an informal get together of drone enthusiasts and we are encouraging anyone who has a drone to bring it along.  The good news is that the event is FREE!  Hope to see you!  Details are on the UK UAV fliers forum...


If you'd like to know more, please email

Cheers, Nigel

Comment by Thomas J Coyle III on May 30, 2011 at 8:07am

Hi all,

I have three quads of varying sizes and would really like to get them flying. However the weather here in North TX has not been very cooperative. The wind has been blowing from around 10 - 15 mph since the middle of last week. Gusts have reached 25 mph. Definitely not good flying weather and it is expected to continue for the rest of the week. However, I have learned quite a bit about what not to do concerning getting my quads in the air by learning from the experiences of members on this Forum.




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