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jamie peacock left a comment for jamie peacock
"unfortunately there are no pret tuned boards as the motor and esc systems on every multi rotor are diferant . so you will have to tune it board yourself . this is not a complex procedure . i recommend starting from the defaul…"
Jan 13, 2013
Tommy left a comment for jamie peacock
"hello ther Jamie maybe you can help me ,, im using a kk2.0 control board on my quadcopter , ja everyone is saying its user friendly, the thing is i started out with the walkera ladybird , im flying the little quad on 60% and 100% with no problems ,…"
Jan 13, 2013
jamie peacock replied to wei er qi's discussion CNC Cut service
"i was just told by them that my order for 6 quadcopter frames was to small an order . so im looking else ware aswell "
Jan 9, 2013
jamie peacock replied to wei er qi's discussion CNC Cut service
"hello  please could you accept my friend request so i can pm you my dxfs for the frames i need cut"
Jan 8, 2013

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rc pilot looking to head in the uav direction
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At 11:43am on January 13, 2013, Tommy said…

hello ther Jamie

maybe you can help me ,, im using a kk2.0 control board on my quadcopter , ja everyone is saying its user friendly, the thing is i started out with the walkera ladybird , im flying the little quad on 60% and 100% with no problems , my question is,,, is there some sort of control board that i can use simular to the ladybird (ladybug) i mean one thats already programmed, no settings needed,, ive searched around on hobbyking and they are talking about a MWC board ,, will that tipe of board work with an 11.1v 2.2 battery im useing 20a esc im not sure about my 4 motors specs.. please an if you know

any calculations on how to work out esc , what motors to use with what voltage , any helpful hints it would be appreciate..

thanx for excepting my invite , hope to hear from u soon

dankie , Thanx

Tommy

At 10:41pm on January 13, 2013, jamie peacock said…

unfortunately there are no pret tuned boards as the motor and esc systems on every multi rotor are diferant . so you will have to tune it board yourself . this is not a complex procedure . i recommend starting from the defaul settings and working your up till you get oscillation . watch drdracers videos . they are great . 

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