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funk_e commented on Chris Anderson's blog post Great Tricopter build log
"I found this project a while back, and was very impressed. I like his mini tricopter as well..."
Jun 22, 2010
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"More than cool! I so want one!"
Apr 22, 2010

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Thomas J Coyle III left a comment for funk_e
"funk_e, Check the Aeroquad Support Forum for other chassis designs: http://carancho.com/AeroQuad/forum/index.php?board=4.0 Regards, TCIII"
Jan 12, 2010
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"By the way, does Mikro have any other chassis designs I may be missing?"
Jan 12, 2010
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"Hi Tom, Thanks for responding. I too am going to build one, and was looking at doing exactly the same (Trex 600 Booms etc) so good to know I am on the right path. I think i will start buy getting the parts for the frame and then decide if I will…"
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"funk_e, You probably know as much as I do about building an Aeroquad platform! Unfortunately I only know as much as I have read on the Aeroquad Support Forum and the RCGroups Support Forum. The Aeroquad chassis, motors, ESC, props, and control…"
Jan 12, 2010

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At 6:58pm on January 12, 2010,
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Thomas J Coyle III
said…
funk_e,

You probably know as much as I do about building an Aeroquad platform!

Unfortunately I only know as much as I have read on the Aeroquad Support Forum and the RCGroups Support Forum. The Aeroquad chassis, motors, ESC, props, and control system are pretty simple and straighforward. The Discussion/Support Forums can answer alot of questions that arise when reading the build instructions on the Aeroquad website.

I plan to build Mikro's first chassis using the PVC four way pipe coupler, T-Rex 600 tail booms and land skids, Hobby King KDA20-22L motors, TR_P18A ESCs, Sparkfun Arduino 128 board and prototype shield, 5DOF IMU, the IDG500 GYro, and a Spektrum DX7i/AR6100 RC setup. That should get me going for now along with Mikro's latest flight software.

I will be glad to help you in any way that I can.

Regards,
TCIII
At 7:37pm on January 12, 2010, funk_e said…
Hi Tom,

Thanks for responding. I too am going to build one, and was looking at doing exactly the same (Trex 600 Booms etc) so good to know I am on the right path.

I think i will start buy getting the parts for the frame and then decide if I will do an Aeroquad or use an ArduIMU or similar for control.

Do these actually self hover?

Thanks again for replying :)
At 7:39pm on January 12, 2010, funk_e said…
By the way, does Mikro have any other chassis designs I may be missing?
At 7:46pm on January 12, 2010,
Admin
Thomas J Coyle III
said…
funk_e,

Check the Aeroquad Support Forum for other chassis designs:

http://carancho.com/AeroQuad/forum/index.php?board=4.0

Regards,
TCIII

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