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    ROBOFORCER's garage

    My dear friends FPV'ers, as I'm always up to something and never stop building, I would just clog the forum if I would be creating a new thread for every single project. Some little bits or any ordinary copter are not worth creating a new thread, but (I think) worth to show you, so whoever is interested in my builds- Welcome to my garage

    Here's what my man cave looks like:



    And here's where (doubtedly) brilliant ideas are being born... LOL

    Last edited by Roboforcer X2000; 17th March 2014 at 12:01 PM.
    If you're a noob, copy 1:1 what somebody already flies without too much questions, you'll find the answers later.
    PatrikE: I don't see anything wrong in your dump...
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    you are flying it LOS... You are doing it wrong.

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    Starting of my just recently finished DIY 3-axis brushless gimbal. I've posted this in my "overlapping octo" as well

    If you're a noob, copy 1:1 what somebody already flies without too much questions, you'll find the answers later.
    PatrikE: I don't see anything wrong in your dump...
    Derrick:
    you are flying it LOS... You are doing it wrong.

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    You do have some electric power tools in there Just no saw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roboforcer X2000 View Post
    Starting of my just recently finished DIY 3-axis brushless gimbal. I've posted this in my "overlapping octo" as well

    Awesome, Amazing work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JP1 View Post
    You do have some electric power tools in there
    If I could only get my hands on manual lathe and milling machine, my life would be complete
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    Just no saw.
    Meh... who needs it... when you have a super-duper-mega-power-fret-SAW
    Positive to the saw, negative up your a**, and she's smoking- one after another copters done in no time! LOL

    If you're a noob, copy 1:1 what somebody already flies without too much questions, you'll find the answers later.
    PatrikE: I don't see anything wrong in your dump...
    Derrick:
    you are flying it LOS... You are doing it wrong.

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    Lol, amazing saw
    Cheers, :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roboforcer X2000 View Post
    If I could only get my hands on manual lathe and milling machine, my life would be complete

    Meh... who needs it... when you have a super-duper-mega-power-fret-SAW
    Positive to the saw, negative up your a**, and she's smoking- one after another copters done in no time! LOL



    lol love it

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    Started rebuilding a frame for my long range (ish) FPV quad, will be doing same non traditional frame as my Mini. Bare frame will be ~100gr, size 370mm, AUW ~800gr with 3.7A 3s. Motors Hextronik 24gr 1300kv with 8x3.8 or 8x4.5 SF props- I find this setup very eficient ESCs are custom made and will fit inside booms.
    Previous copter with same gear was 800gr AUW and flew 22mins with 1min to spare. New frame will be a bit smaller, 8" props max, same weight, but stronger. Second pic on the left is the old frame. I'm recording the process as I build, so when the frame is done I'll have a narrated step by step video of "how to spend countless hours to make such frame"



    If you're a noob, copy 1:1 what somebody already flies without too much questions, you'll find the answers later.
    PatrikE: I don't see anything wrong in your dump...
    Derrick:
    you are flying it LOS... You are doing it wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roboforcer X2000 View Post
    Where does a poser like me grab one of those?
    Velvety smooth drone pilot for hire

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssassen View Post
    Where does a poser like me grab one of those?
    I saw a pic on the net somewhere and just went to my local T-shirt printing store. Now that I'm looking at it, to question No4 "where did you get it" I should have written "I built it" I was accused by my friend of being anti-social, sort of- "there's all of your answers, f**k off, I'm busy flying" LOL
    If you're a noob, copy 1:1 what somebody already flies without too much questions, you'll find the answers later.
    PatrikE: I don't see anything wrong in your dump...
    Derrick:
    you are flying it LOS... You are doing it wrong.

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