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Pixhawk+APM plane telemetry bug?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Georgie xu Jul 28, 2014. 5 Replies

Hello,  I recently purchased a genuine 3DR pixhawk. I have been using APM 2.6 for some time, but this is the first time I've used a pixhawk. I seem to have found a problem with the pixhawk + plane…Continue

Could someone help look at my log? Thanks.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Georgie xu Apr 5, 2014. 2 Replies

Hi I'm new to APM, and have recently installed it on a 1720 wingspan pusher propeller plane. Currently it flies fine manually, but I haven't tried any of the auto modes yet. The wiki says xacc and…Continue

Tags: mag, accel, Logs


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Grew up in the states, now a high school student in China, been in almost every field of the hobby, flown for 3 years. Building a UAV as a school project. Looking forward to a higher education in the states
Please tell us a bit about your UAV interest
I want to build a large fixed wing UAV that can reliably operate in city environments. Maybe some funsies like bombing or aerial fireworks launching

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3D-printed Folding 250 Quad

Posted on December 20, 2014 at 7:31pm 5 Comments

This is the final prototype for our 3D-printed folding 250 quad, based on corrections to the last version, seen below. Full frame is under 70 grams, flies free of jello. The landing gear is folding and replaceable, designed to give the exact clearance for a…


A Foldable 3-D printed 250 Quad Designed By High School Students

Posted on November 26, 2014 at 4:00am 8 Comments

This is a very compact and robust quad designed and built by me and another Chinese student that will fit snugly in a large pocket. Hasn't flown yet since the motors are still shipping, but it feels very sturdy and should be rigid enough to stay stable at high throttle, and don't worry about the joints, they'll be fastened with aluminum screws and bolts. The quad is designed to house a pixhawk with cover removed(there will be a protective roof) and carry a mobius or an HD19…



Posted on September 16, 2014 at 4:30am 8 Comments

So today me and some other students were sitting in the workshop with nothing to do- bad weather canceled our routine flight. Seeing all the Lego mindstorm pieces sitting around, we decided to do something fun:

Try to ignore the horrible wiring  …


Seawalker- A Student-Built Heavily Modified Skywalker-Seaplane

Posted on September 13, 2014 at 4:30am 3 Comments

Water wasn't supposed to have touched the lenses- we had a nice little retract built in, but that's all useless when you forget to use it:) Take-off was fully manual to prevent FBWA from attempting to correct the roll and cause uneven drag on the floats leading to out-of-control spins. The current camera is a HD19+ from Boscam, and will be converted to support NIR…


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