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Thread: The new Lumenier Danaus Mini Quad with built in prop protection

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    Nice flying Andy!

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    What sort of flight times are typical when decked out with a typical IRC 5.8 GHz VTx and FPV setup?

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    I get 6 minutes with a 1300 3s, no different than a QAV250, and I'm pretty conservative with the batteries.

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    That looks really nice. I guess you can use this to practice and practice again, until you get real good. The guards should give you a good space awareness of where your props are. You can then later step up to a QAV250 without guards. I like it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by FunFlyFPV View Post
    That looks really nice. I guess you can use this to practice and practice again, until you get real good. The guards should give you a good space awareness of where your props are. You can then later step up to a QAV250 without guards. I like it...
    Yes, that's the idea. You try things you normally would not due to the prop guards. I had some spectacular crashes... Picked it up and kept flying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andyshen View Post
    Hey guys I'm the designer of this puppy. Here's a short video of me doing stupid stuff with it.
    Is that how the frame is supposed to be setup, with the distribution board on the top? It looks like a QAV250 with guards, but upside down.
    Last edited by Al B; 14th December 2014 at 01:08 PM.

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    The cool thing about it is you can build it either way, right side up with landing gear or upside down for belly landing. I wanted to see if it would be smoother/more efficient upside down so that's how I built it. Tim built his right side up. Holes for the fc, antennas, battery straps, etc., are on both plates.

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    Can we get some pictures of it fully flight ready? Like what you guys fly.

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    I would buy 2 of these if they were a 150mm-180mm size range and was made to mount 1306 size range motors.

    Can you see a pico camera and 50mw 1.3vtx with a little uhf and afro mini or nanowii...

    ...what are the chances of taking this frame concept down a notch in size? Indoor micro fpv racer class anyone? Chair leg basher? Hallway and stairwell bouncer?

    (it's cold here... I have titanium parts... cold makes me ache... blah-blah-blah)
    dirty side down.....o~^o

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    Here's mine. Monarchette? Intriguing.


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