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here are the instructions for the techpod.

Part identification

I will take you through all the steps for making your techpod kit into a high performance flying machine. The Techpod can be  broken into a few major parts.

Nick Weber has been kind enough to make a few build videos

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Techpod in Benin for meteorology experiment

Started by Medina Patrice Sep 28, 2016. 0 Replies

Hello allI was in Benin for DACCIWA Campaign with 3 techpod modified for scientic experiment.I used the plane for meteorological measurement.You can find some image in…Continue

Techpod model for X-plane or other sim?

Started by Adam Bellchambers. Last reply by Robin Hilliard Sep 4, 2015. 5 Replies

Hi all,Does anyone have, or is aware of, a model of the Techpod suitable for use in X-Plane or another sim? I am doing some development work with a UDB5 which includes hardware in the loop testing in…Continue

Techpod french certifcation

Started by Medina Patrice Aug 30, 2015. 0 Replies

Hello allThe Techpod with some modification for turbulence measurement ( OVLITA ) have been certified by the french administration for Scenario S1 and S2 ( 1000 m distance from pilote, out of view)…Continue

Camera pan tilt setup instructions?

Started by Marty. Last reply by Marty Jan 22, 2014. 1 Reply

Hi All!I'm very happy with the Techpod and now I'm ready for FPV. Could you point me to a place where I can read how to setup the camera? I got the parts all right and couldn't find directions on how…Continue

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Comment by armahdi hatta on November 1, 2014 at 8:48am

U CAN MAKE TUTORIAL TELEMETRY 


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Comment by Thomas J Coyle III on October 27, 2014 at 3:52pm

Hi All,

As far as the HS 65 servos go, is it better to use the metal gear (MG) model in place of the Karbonite gear (HB) model?

Regards,

TCIII AVD


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Comment by Thomas J Coyle III on October 27, 2014 at 3:37pm

Hi All,

I am new to the Techpod User Group, but not to DIY Drones.

After having flown a couple of custom modified EZ*s and TwinStar IIs, I have been thinking about building a Techpod.

Therefore I am interested if anyone has integrated a Pixhawk into the Techpod fuse?

I believe that Wayne has integrated an APM2.5 into his fuse.

If any of the members has integrated a Pixhawk into his Techpod, could you please pm me.

Regards,

TCIII AVD

Comment by Mark on June 29, 2013 at 12:26am

Hi,

If you are interested, we have started a detailed Techpod build log at boltrc.com.

Thanks

Comment by Mark on June 7, 2013 at 4:46am

Kickstarter and first orders commenced shipping today. Emails with tracking info will be sent out early next week.

Our boltrc.com store checkout module has been improved to provide real time delivery costs for the Techpod. Some minor mods still required however a big step forward.

Comment by Mark on June 4, 2013 at 8:41am

I are am pleased to confirm that the Techpods have arrived in Australia and have now cleared customs. Shipping commences this week.

Kickstarter’s, please contact us at admin@boltrc.com if you have not already received an email from us.

Comment by John C. on May 30, 2013 at 5:49pm

Hey all, I hope all is well.  I've almost got my kickstarter techpod completed.  I was just wondering if there are any v2.0 fixes or suggestions that I should implement prior to beating the crap out of this plane?  Thanks.

JC

Comment by Mark on May 28, 2013 at 7:28pm

Hi James, that is correct. I have your details from Wayne. I have sent you a pm so we don't mistakenly disclose any personal detail on this board.

BTW, Kickstarter buyers you can purchase any of the parts from our store and have the parts delivered for free with their plane. Just select pickup from store option on checkout.

Cheers

Mark

Comment by James masterman on May 28, 2013 at 7:55am
That is great news Mark. I assume you will also be distributing the original kick starter orders (of which I am one)?
Comment by Mark on May 28, 2013 at 5:33am

Techpod's in Australia,

 

You can now order your Techpod 2 at the boltrc.com store.

 

After a lengthy journey from China to Seattle and back to Australia, I pleased to report that our Techpod's are scheduled to enter port tonight.  In a few days, they will clear customs and start their final ground based journey.

 

There has been a considerable interest in the Techpod 2 leading us to double our initial order.  Given the challenging logistics of getting them here, there may not be a second chance!

 

In order to distribute the planes in Australia we have put together a simple web store, please kind to our new humble abode. The store includes the Techpod and several key parts.  The parts have been very competitively priced on an international basis (even after GST).  The parts are delivered free with your Techpod order.

 

We have several hundred products in the pipeline and will be uploading these to the store as time permits. Updates on the Techpod and other new products will be posted to the blog:

 

http://boltrc.com/blog/

Thank you.

Mark

 

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