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3DR QUAD KIT Landing Legs Mods

Started Nov 2, 2015 0 Replies

Am building my FIRST MultiRotor UAV; a 3DR Quad Kit.  When I got around to installing the landing legs, I decided to make two mods:I decided to move the legs as far out on their respective arms (…Continue

Tags: TM-1000, AR-9110, DX-18, SPEKTRUM, QUAD

Modding the 3DR QUAD KIT DRONE+Dronekits 500 mm X-QUAD

Started Oct 20, 2015 0 Replies

Please help me with criticisms and comments since I am a NEWBIE at Drone Building.  When I built my 3DR QUAD airframe ( still waiting on mounting the radio, props and setting up the PIXHAWK ), I…Continue

Tags: mounting, leg, Breadboard+QUAD, +, Antennas

Building a 3DR QUAD +Electronics

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chris Card Oct 20, 2015. 1 Reply

I have built balsa R/C planes back as far as the 1960’s.  But did not get interested in MultiRotor UAVs until just a few months ago.  Looking at my options, I decided to purchase a 3D ROBOTICS QUAD…Continue

Tags: Mods, Build+, QUAD, 3DR

Solar Array for aField Case

Started Sep 11, 2015 0 Replies

Sam,  Have you considered adding a solar panel array as an accessory to the back of your field table.  The panel could be used to recharge computer and phone batteries as well as flight packs.Continue

 

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About Me:
Retired College Chemistry and Physics Teacher, Pilot, Sky Diver, SCUBA Diver, Stock Class Paintballer, ex-HAM RADIO user ( QRP, CW, HOME BREW 40 M ), motorcyclist ( own four ), Steampunker ( a.k.a. Cornelius Blissripper-Sparrowcake ), electronics tinkerer, writer of stories, poems, movie scripts, photographer ( photo-ed NIXON, Queen Noor, NYC fashion models ).
Please tell us a bit about your UAV interest
Been flying gas-engined RPV's so long ago my gear all had radio tubes in them. Developed college curricular materials for the use of remote probes and sensors for data acquisition. Wish to use Multirotor UAVS as a platform for deploying remote sensors, the teaching of the kinematics of flight, and a possible platform for VHF / UHF repeaters. Want to develop tethered UAVS that can stay aloft for two weeks straight or more.
Hometown:
Waverly

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