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passenger carrying drones - DIY

Started this discussion. Last reply by OG Jan 25. 11 Replies

Hello all,I’m new to this.  I’m in the medical field, and I need a hobby.  So I decided to build a drone.  A big drone.  I’m going to build an octocopter that can carry me.  If you have some…Continue

 

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OG replied to Rene Steinhauer's discussion passenger carrying drones - DIY
"also able to special order 15-20kw hydrogen fuel cell kits with hiy pressure tank alternative to a petrol generator can be much lighter solution for a range extender.  "
Jan 25
OG replied to Rene Steinhauer's discussion passenger carrying drones - DIY
"also able to special order 15-20kw hydrogen fuel cell kits with hiy pressure tank alternative to a petrol generator can be much lighter solution for a range extender.  "
Jan 25
Rene Steinhauer replied to Rene Steinhauer's discussion passenger carrying drones - DIY
"Thanks for the info. These are interesting motors."
Jan 25
Rene Steinhauer replied to Rene Steinhauer's discussion passenger carrying drones - DIY
"I like the ability to have a longer flight time with an engine as well as the ability to refuel and return to flight.  Besides, finding that correct balance between engine and lift is a challenging concept.  Last night I was looking at…"
Jan 25
OG replied to Rene Steinhauer's discussion passenger carrying drones - DIY
"Hello, please check or out large 50kw motor, 50x12 prop and ESC combos for large copters., we also carry large 3 blade props but the cost is prohibitive for small…"
Jan 25
Alberto Vila replied to Rene Steinhauer's discussion passenger carrying drones - DIY
"why you ned a combustion engiene? if you are thinking about a hybrid system i would advice to you watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1yB49G756OI and this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7zMPodObo-Y But, this drone It is completely…"
Jan 24
Rene Steinhauer replied to Rene Steinhauer's discussion passenger carrying drones - DIY
"For those of you who are following this discussion, here is a critical piece of information I received today. "The 10218 with 30.5” triple props is capable of lifting 57.28 pounds at full throttle on a 53.8V input and draws 6.2kW per…"
Jan 24
Rene Steinhauer replied to Rene Steinhauer's discussion passenger carrying drones - DIY
"I played with one a while back, but nothing more than a toy.  I'm building a quad-copter from a kit right now and learning about the components.  But making it on the larger scale, that seems to be the challenge."
Jan 23
Rene Steinhauer replied to Rene Steinhauer's discussion passenger carrying drones - DIY
"Thanks so much for all of the input.  There is so much to learn, but I'm having fun doing it.  When I actually start building, I will post the details and photos.  Right now, my first step is building a small quad-copter.  I…"
Jan 23
Tristan Semmelhack replied to Rene Steinhauer's discussion passenger carrying drones - DIY
"Wowy! Have you ever flown a drone before?  I would as a first step fly and build something very small as this is a very complicated and dangerous project! But I am excited to see what you make.  "
Jan 23
Alberto Vila replied to Rene Steinhauer's discussion passenger carrying drones - DIY
"Well i love this discussions, so you want to kind of do a copy of http://www.ehang.com/ehang184/ that can fly about an hour , and it is fully electric. First of all, you need to calculate your thrust, that in your case is the sum of the thrust of…"
Jan 20
Rene Steinhauer posted a discussion

passenger carrying drones - DIY

Hello all,I’m new to this.  I’m in the medical field, and I need a hobby.  So I decided to build a drone.  A big drone.  I’m going to build an octocopter that can carry me.  If you have some suggestions, please let me know.This size machine has been built and is working toward commercial operation.  I’m just looking for one I can call an experimental and fly in it on clear days.  The SureFly has been my inspiration.  It looks as if they are using a BMW range extender engine to power the system…See More
Jan 18

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About Me:
I work in medicine, but have an interest in drones.
Please tell us a bit about your UAV interest
I have decided to build a personal UAV
Hometown:
Suisun City, California

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