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Started this discussion. Last reply by Luis Escobar Oct 10, 2014. 3 Replies

Hello, I designed and built a frame I want to share. I hope this is the right place.Designed for power and lifting. Also easy to repair.Let me know what you thinkI am open to working more so please…Continue


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Posted on October 8, 2014 at 10:30am 38 Comments

I just tried to edit my post and I hope that all the comments didn't get deleted.

If so, I will have to go back through what I had, and try to add them in. oops sorry won't do that again.

There are fundamental principles such…


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At 2:31pm on May 4, 2014, Gary McCray said…

Hi Chrisa,

Please contact Alex Paskulin at 3drobotics or Craig regarding wiki contributions I have separated myself from wiki contributions for reasons cited.

Best Regards,


At 7:42am on October 8, 2014, Chris Bennett said…


Please send me an email to and we can begin collaboration on your efforts.  Thanks for the message

At 1:14am on October 10, 2014, SHIJIE said…

Hi, Chrisa! Thank you for letting me in, I'm interested in quadcopters. And I'm currently working on a project that uses flex-sensors to control my quadcopter.

At 10:19am on October 21, 2014, Winfried Rijssenbeek said…

dear Chrisa, thanks for the offer. We are working on the frame currently, so OK. But would be good to have your idea and comments first. So the craft should be fitting in a 2.5 by 4 meter area. Next, we are interested to know if you have also other skills to contribute. Currently the issues we are working on:

Stabilization soft and hard ware: how to improve on this( we will have the 3Drobotics stuff) but have not much understanding of it yet: 

The issue is redundancy: so we think to have 3 separate systems so that the ultimate control will take the best choice (2 that are same). we are not having much experience. May be you can shed some light on this, how that is done in the normal quad/hexacopters  Hope to hear, Best Winfried


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