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Angry Oskie Micro Quad
#31
Update:

After some more testing with 20000KV motors and 31mm props, i am still not happy with the result. It can fly, but performance is not satisfying, it feels very sluggish, and it's lacking power and flight time.
So I've decided to ditch the 48mm design and just stick with the 59mm. I think the 15000KV with 40mm props is the sweet spot for power and efficiency.

I've also designed a prop guard for the frame, which is removable and can be printed separately. As well as a frame for the 0705 motors.
I will release the STL files shortly this week on thingiverse.
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#32
The first time I saw this, I was blown out of my mind how small it was! I might build this one one day. How much is the BOM?
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#33
i would say around $70 - $90?
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#35
Great flying!

I was wondering how long the glass panels in the cabinet by the doorway in the front room will last. Wink
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(09-Nov-2017, 06:47 PM)unseen Wrote: Great flying!

I was wondering how long the glass panels in the cabinet by the doorway in the front room will last. Wink

LOL good that you reminded me... there're full of wine and whisky in that cabinet Smile
I really shouldn't fly near there!
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(06-Nov-2017, 05:31 PM)Oscar Wrote: Update:

After some more testing with 20000KV motors and 31mm props, i am still not happy with the result. It can fly, but performance is not satisfying, it feels very sluggish, and it's lacking power and flight time.
So I've decided to ditch the 48mm design and just stick with the 59mm. I think the 15000KV with 40mm props is the sweet spot for power and efficiency.

I've also designed a prop guard for the frame, which is removable and can be printed separately. As well as a frame for the 0705 motors.
I will release the STL files shortly this week on thingiverse.

Looking at building this guy, would you recommend 0703 or 0705 motors?

FYI the esc is only $4 with the coupon: ROTOR

Just bought one
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#38
(10-Nov-2017, 02:45 AM)ultifix Wrote: Looking at building this guy, would you recommend 0703 or 0705 motors?

FYI the esc is only $4 with the coupon: ROTOR

Just bought one

Just got the 0705 sunnysky in ... but haven't had time to test them yet... maybe today or tomorrow!
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(10-Nov-2017, 10:57 AM)Oscar Wrote: Just got the 0705 sunnysky in ... but haven't had time to test them yet... maybe today or tomorrow!

These are the motors I was thinking of using. I look forward to hearing what you think of them.
(and to finding someone who has them in stock!)
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I ordered them from RC moment, 50% cheaper than BG at about $30.00 inc delivery, it says 'ships within 24 hrs' on their site, and mine have been...
Windless fields and smokeless builds
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#41
I have the sunnysky 0705 15000kv on the thrust stand now... still waiting for those 40mm props. But I have made an interesting discovery. I have pushed those motors on a fully charged 2s pack on a prop cut down to 40mm and it only got a little warm on almost 9 Amps! 10000kv 1103 racerstars were seriously overheating at that point, great sign Big Grin

Motor mount has different weight so on 0 throttle it showed 8 grams, that means it pulled 85g of thrust Smile

Table shows: g, V, A



Full thrust test coming soon. Hopefully Smile
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#42
Wow, I would consider buying the sunnyskys now. Banggood was way overpriced.

Please let us know your results and reccomendation for motors asap! I'm ready to pull the trigger on these guys.

Have your fc & cam/vtx recomendations changed? Or would you just go with whats linked on thingiverse.
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#43
(10-Nov-2017, 08:12 PM)KonradS Wrote: I have the sunnysky 0705 15000kv on the thrust stand now... 
Full thrust test coming soon. Hopefully Smile

Nice one Konrad, will you be testing with 1s cells too? Please!?
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(10-Nov-2017, 06:12 PM)Tom BD Bad Wrote: I ordered them from RC moment, 50% cheaper than BG at about $30.00 inc delivery, it says 'ships within 24 hrs' on their site, and mine have been...

Nice find.

Ordered!
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#45
Okay I've just tested the Sunnysky 0705 15000kv on my quad, but I apologise for being unable to provide any specific numbers on performance, I can only tell you how I feel flying different motors.

- the SS motors are extremely noisy! not sure if I have defective motors, they have a very loud and high pitch noise
- The SS motors feel a bit more powerful and more responsive than the 0703 motors, but I get only 70%-80% flight time; That could be caused by the heavier weight, they each weighs at 3g compared to the 0703's 1.9g
- the motor wires have coating on them that prevents them from taking solder! you will need to remove the coating if you shorten the wires, it's a PITA.

I still recommend the 0703 motors over the 0705... But if you absolutely have no other choice, the 0705 would work just fine but prepare for the noise!
Gearbest also stock the SS motors (affiliated link): https://www.gearbest.com/motor/pp_924100...d=11870917
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