Today I've found a way to recycle broken propellers and it works perfectly. ;) I wanted to share it!
Tags: broken, by, patrice, propeller, props, rancé, recycling, reusing
That's, err, quite interesting :D
I wonder how many half-props I have thrown away :(
Thanks !!! sometimes simple ideas can be money saving ;)
Never ever do that. If you can bear the loss of your quad then its okay. This I am saying out out of my long experience on quad.
Furthermore it will give additional vibration as you won,t be able to perfectly balance the hub of the prop.
Makes you miss the days of the local hobby shop.
Maybe a desperate solution, when you're absolutely out of props, and can't wait weeks for a new set. But, I have a question, do you glue the two props together? If not, how do you prevent the two blades from slipping relative to each other?
no i test it on my HEX6 and everything is cool with no glue !!!! even with my hand i cannot change the position !!!
just test it and tell me what you think !!!
may be on a quad you can have vibration but you fly anyway ;) trust me.
Tested with ABS Glue, no success (exploded after running 30 seconds)
Maybe with crazy glue .... so you need to hold piece together with lot of pressure.
Yeah, those motors that Patrice is using has the thread integrated into the shaft, so a nut on the bottom and nut on top, and you can generate large pressure. Still, I would wait for new props, and put the broken props in the blue box for proper recycling. ;-)
This has to be an April fool, don't fly anywhere near anybody else with that setup. There are two sorts of people in this hobby, those that have been hit by a prop and those that are about to be.
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