PeanutY6

By butcher51 on Jun 27, 2021

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Another item what I can tick on my build bucket list. The frame is my own design, freestyle like design, so it's strong but a bit heavy.
The flying characteristics is not my favorite, you can feel in the corners it's drifting because the rear props can't force it to turn, but fun to fly. It's like a heavy american car, powerfull but in corners it's struggeling a bit :D

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Jodie Froster   Jun 27, 2021  
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Congratulations, making your own frame is an impressive milestone. The process seems intimidating to me. Where did you start?
I really like it that you used fully modern parts. Often when ppl make these (tricopters) it has a 2nd class, or leftover parts bin feel. There's nothing wrong with that, but it's really satisfying to see it done all the way. The screws matching the antenna connectors are a nice touch :)

butcher51   Jun 28, 2021 
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Thank you! I started the design to set motor and stack position and just experimenting with different arm end core design, and at some point it was ready :D :D

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