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intensewalkera h copter 12mm v1.3
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intensewalkera h copter 12mm v1
very much a V1 prototype, lots to add and tweak. its end game is for it to be a FPV h-copter.
i thought id upload it anyway so youtube can reference this and thingiverse reference the youtube build.
as i edit things, i will ensure only the latest files are available to D/L
i have already altered them a fair bit, based on my own experiences in building it.
uploading it gives others a chance to add their bits and pieces to it and hopefully develop it alot faster.
revised to version 1.3
new motor mounts to suit hextronik dt750 motor added and new drill template to give a larger gap from motor to bolt heads. use locknuts and washers when fixing anything to the pla to prevent is pulling through ie spreading the loads. now use three m3 bolts through the 3 motor mount holes on the hextronik fixing
revised to version 1.2
new front top cover plate added to work with my gopro camera test mount
print the item with support and with its short edge on the bed, so its vertical as the stl shows,
make sure the camera mount part is closest to the print bed too.
revised to version 1.1
new motor mounts - still based on the original template
new gopro front end added
new battery tray, very basic- just glued to the top of the frame
new battery tray, basic but 5mm taller to fit over higher electronics.
new revised battery tray added, allows for a standard 45mm centres controller board to be added, in either diagonal or parallel orientation. 100mm long. just to give the hcopter a top cover of sorts. also allows wires from esc to pass through.
print out all the parts and follow my build along guide on youtube.
print the motor mounts @ 100%
print the rest at about 35%
main build list
printed PLA ultimaker parts
Hextronik dt750 motors
25/30a esc with bec (bec makes it easier to configure)
12x12x1mm wt aluminium SHS (see below for lengths)
2x450 Lg for the motor mounts (400 Lg if you use the PLA motor mounts)
2x415 Lg for the vertical body parts
flight controller (i use the DJI Naza, expensive but excellent)
receiver - Number of channels depends on your choice of flight controller
transmitter - choice is endless
Lipo battery pack - i use a 3 cell 5000mah (slightly too big and heavy, but it works)
any questions on parts - let me know
very much a prototype, i just wanted to make sure the concept worked.
IT DOES WORK!! it flies and i am currently updating my youtube channel with the build along videos. see below links
i am currently making a 10mm framed h-copter using the identical method and will make a build video of that too, see here;
so that it may fill in some blanks on this series of videos. Good luck, happy building.
part One http://youtu.be/7-I07iEKpvw
part Two http://youtu.be/82-pJpv3oG0
part Three http://youtu.be/RcM_badHwS4
part Four http://youtu.be/1sFNLxkBN5k
part Five http://youtu.be/sm5imANDNbI
part Six http://youtu.be/IBvGFmvEb38
part Seven http://youtu.be/FBC-_da_Ouw (test flying video)
http://youtu.be/z5-0oEr8zJw more flying
the stl files will differ slightly to my build video, due to the fact i have updated them as needed, i also added a gopro specific mount on the latter files. lots more updates to come, as and when time and testing allows. :-)
things to do- LOTS
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