James Dinh
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  • Westminster, CA
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James Dinh's Discussions

Kudos to the customer support team at 3DR!

Started this discussion. Last reply by James Dinh Aug 15, 2012. 3 Replies

Thank you 3DR customer support for the timely and professional job of repairing my APM 2.  It turns out that I had a bad diode on the board D1 and was able to send it back, get it repaired and…Continue

Yaw problems in MP radio set up

Started this discussion. Last reply by James Dinh Jun 13, 2012. 5 Replies

Hi all,I'm reposting this discussion hoping to get a response.  I uploaded 2.5.5 after erasing eeprom on APM2, and when I went to the radio calibration screen, the Yaw "bar" value was at 1640 (off…Continue

Rc Timer motor for multicopters

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael Pursifull Jun 7, 2012. 15 Replies

Hi all,Can anyone tell  me what you think about this motor here ? How would it…Continue

How do I use the simulation program is Mission Planner?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Menno Hochstenbach Mar 20, 2014. 8 Replies

Hi all,I've successfully loaded and launched the flight simulator in Mission Planner.  Now, how do I use it with my TX?  Do I need to plug my APM board through usb into the computer and turn on my…Continue

 

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About Me:
Male, 42 years old, married, with 4 children
Please tell us a bit about your UAV interest
I use UAV as an aerial platform for photography and videography. I am also interested in FPV.
Hometown:
Westminster

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At 1:11pm on May 10, 2012, Jeff Milay said…

For Sure!  This is my first APM2 project.  APMv2 on xAircraft Hexa Frame.  Learning as I go.  I finally got it flying in Acro mode right now.  Stable mode wants to pitch back so trying to tune that currently!  Any ideas from your experience?

At 9:20pm on May 10, 2012, Rod Cole said…

Thanks for the update on your Hexa. I bought three 24 inch towel bars from Home Depot and cut them in half for the Hexa that I am building. I cut four 8 inch booms from the same material for my quad, on which I want to learn to fly before building the Hex. Started with a really fancy Octa frame made from G-10 fiberglass and TRex-500 boom tubes, but was having problems keeping the motors vertically aligned on the booms, so I sold that frame and downgraded to a Hex for my camera ship. My partner designed the airframe and has a great flying Hex carrying a Canon T3i with a Wookong M autopilot.

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