Here is a video from an arducopter hexa of some walking trail in Maple Ridge, BC, Canada. Video and production need a lot of work as well as smoothing out the video itself but had to start somewhere.
You can see more pictures and videos at my website…Continue
Figure 1 - SolidWorks CAD model of the centre mount.
G'day to the greater DIY community,
This is my first (of hopefully many) blogs regarding the design and fabrication of my monster baby,
I decided to embark on the scratch build journey after putting together a DJI f450 kit. I love that quadcopter, but it was time to do my own thing.
My purpose on this journey was to design something of my own, a design I could call my own and I wanted it to be a hexacopter. I mainly fly with the purpose of taking videos/photos and the hexa seemed like the perfect platform. As I looked around scratch-build posts, I saw lots of interesting stuff on quads and tris, but…Continue
After a couple of crashes and some time getting things back in order we have updated our www.airviewmedia.com website with blogs, images, and follow up on my crashes and recovery.Continue
Added by droner on June 4, 2013 at 5:00pm — No Comments
I've managed to get everything up and running again! This is my newish hexa from uDrones (I've decided to forgo a rant on that subject for now). After working around my PDB issue (still unsolved) and engaging in some…Continue
What about this ARDU Hexa?
Carbon CNC frame
The tilt (pitch) servo mounted and working in the heavy DSLR mount system:
as followers know, my copter will carry a 1.5kg DSLR system.
I'll be testing the mount with DSLR attached really soon,
so i can figure out if this 13kg servo is enough.
some 'intuitive' tests showed it has great torque, but might be a bit at…Continue