So I have noticed that my board moves around in the case a little. So I took it apart to find it wasn't screwed down. The holes are there but no screws. So I proceed to screw it down only to find the case wouldn't close properly. So I then used a die grinder to grind down the plastic so the case would seal up tight. Could the board being loose in the case cause vibration problems?

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Definitely yes.

Where I took out material.
The finished product. Solid as a rock but no flight time on it yet.
I've been having one hell of a time getting it to fly in any automated modes. Curious to see if it helps.
Does the genuine arducopter boards come screwed down? To be more specific, screwed to the top plate of the case.

Absolutely that could cause a vibration problem.



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