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pepperF1SH - DIY smallest brushless quadcopter - pakamon - 07-Jan-2017
If you are looking for a challenge this winter then you might be interested in following project:
The world's lightest brushless FPV quadcopter
Definitely will look into this
RE: pepperF1SH - DIY smallest brushless quadcopter - CesiumSalami - 09-Jan-2017
I ordered my PCB boards already
I may wait until he releases plans for the ESC to order all the parts though... putting together that laundry list is going to take some time. Also.... I don't know how to SMD solder. Figure starting with the tiniest of the tiny was a logical place to start ................ #terribleideas #thisisnevergoingtowork
RE: pepperF1SH - DIY smallest brushless quadcopter - AndreyM - 09-Jan-2017
Get solder paste and a hot air gun, just wet every solder pad with paste, place component on top and fixate them one by one with a hot air gun.
RE: pepperF1SH - DIY smallest brushless quadcopter - CesiumSalami - 10-Jan-2017
(09-Jan-2017, 09:51 AM)AndreyM Wrote: Get solder paste and a hot air gun, just wet every solder pad with paste, place component on top and fixate them one by one with a hot air gun.
Thanks for the tips!!! Yep. That's the plan. I was thinking about laser cutting a stencil with vellum paper ... but we'll see.
There's a lot to this build though that's out of my league. I don't really know how to compile the code he's using for the FrSky rx (CC2510 chip) - something I'll have to learn. Plus I'll have to setup a raspberry pi for flashing it when I do get that code compiled. That's the biggest unknown for me right now - no idea how to compile the code and flash with raspberry pi.
... AndreyM ... you seem pretty active in many places. I just noticed you seem active in perhaps developing the Chrome App for the BLHeli suite? If that's true .. thanks for the amazing work!!
*cough* anyone want to put together a tutorial for the pepperfish?