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Thread: Hex-y Evolution - Mini 275mm Y6

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    The first kit is ready to go out!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vitamin J View Post
    The first kit is ready to go out!


    Nice servo Nice you going to use those as they were ment for pan/tilt.

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    Got my kit yesterday, will be posting up the build and any additions that I do. This looks to be a great kit, looking forward to starting the build today!

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    Yes these servos are great, tons of torque but also good resolution and minimal slop. Not to mention lightweight! They are perfect for Hex-y. There is a ball bearing opposite the servo's axis as well as guides in the frame plates, the camera tilt will hold up to your crashes and protect your camera.

    Super happy to delivery your kit B94Cast! I am excited to see your 2300kvs on this thing


    Some fun from yesterday:


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    Hex-y in formation with a Skyhunter! Cruisin!


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    Lol 1:03?

    "where did he go? Lemme just spin around and see"

    Super cool!

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    I think I'm going to be putting a CC3D on this next. Seems like every flight controller has their own take on the Y6, and some even have more than one way to set up the motors' rotation. Does anyone have enough experience to offer a perspective on the differences?

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    CC3D is in and it's already feeling way more locked in. I need I to get out of my basement to really test it. Nonstop rain predicted all weekend though.

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