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Drone Design and assembly requirements

Postby jansaris » Thu Jul 27, 2017 7:07 pm

Hello all,

Are the Design and manufacturer requirements for an Drone the same as conventional, also are there special requirements?

Are special requirements or safety aspects apply for Drones?

Thanks in advance for your reaction.

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Re: Drone Design and assembly requirements

Postby James Barnhart » Thu Oct 05, 2017 1:48 pm

This guide will take you from buying all the parts to building and learning to fly a quadcopter in no time! The main point of this guide is to successfully teach someone with little or no hobby background how to build a quadcopter, and how to fly a quadcopter.
    BUILDING THE FRAME
    MOUNTING THE MOTORS AND SPEED CONTROLLERS
    MOUNTING THE ELECTRONICS
    FLIGHT CONTROLLER SETUP
    PROP BALANCING AND MOUNTING
    SOLDERING
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Re: Drone Design and assembly requirements

Postby Ramon » Wed Dec 05, 2018 9:51 am

Drones are a great way of exploring, technique as well as environment.
However, shrinking sleeves with a lighter as the instructions picture is not recommended! Soldering tips are done by a person with very low skills, so please do not use these tips as they may lead to in-air failure of your newly built drone....

Also use a good quality soldering iron with an active, temperature controlled tip. Make sure the tip is wetted with solder before you start to solder. The pitch -black tip in the video will cause very bad solder joints.....
Keep calm and focus on soldering

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