Sanchez 2.0

By Dave_C FPV on Aug 02, 2019

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Time to make a little update of my Sanchez 1404 build. Since the last one I did Flywoo and iFlight finally cam up with some new motors options.
I hoped that the lower kV of the flywoo compared to the DYS (6000 vs 4850) would solve the issue of batteries not able to sustain amp draw for long.
But finally the build turned out just as insanely fast as the previous one! Check out the video I made there is some flight footage.
The Flywoo have way stronger magnets. Probably I will simply move up to bigger batteries (650 to 850mah 3S).
Dry weight is 78g with props and the Frame weight is only 7.5g

The frame is available on Thingiverse:



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Igi87   Sep 02, 2019  

Hi Dave, nice Build and nice review. You inspired me to build a Sanchez 3" too.
Thanks for your cool workd and looking forward for your upcoming stuff.
Cheers Igor :)

StickyRice   Aug 02, 2019  

Niceeee! you got te motors already! I'm not yet done with my build so i cant say anything about the 3750kv yet except that it shouldnt be on 4s on those 12a AIO whoop boards ahhaha. My board got fried after 1 hover. Also i think the 4850Kv is perfect for 3s and generally for lighter builds. 4s is kinda just a trump card for those heavier 3" quads. Nonetheless, its still cool to see a 3" whoop like yours. Love the frame!!

alwaysbless   Aug 02, 2019  

What slicer did you use when generating your gcode? Simplify3d is struggling to slice supports properly w/ the canopy for some reason.

Dave_C FPV   Aug 02, 2019  

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