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Hello, Micro flight
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Hi guys, saying HELLO! to this fabulous idea of Oscar.

Sharing the only video that I have, Micro printed frame. Don't have brushless acro videos, but it will come in 2016 + FPV, cheers!



Big Grin
#2
Welcome Daprato!!! Big Grin your video has been embeded beautifully!!!
A better FPV'er than LOS'er :) -- My Fleet
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#3
Wow, looks nice ...
How much does a whole micro quad cost?
I consider building one for bad weather indoor flight, without fpv!
Sky is where the fun begins!
Flying: Armattan F1-6 / Cobra 1960kv / KISS / 1800mAh nano's / SPR3 / Betaflight 2kHz
Building: FPV49v4 modified
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(01-13-2016, 12:22 PM)DiegoTheWolf Wrote: Wow, looks nice ...
How much does a whole micro quad cost?
I consider building one for bad weather indoor flight, without fpv!

have you seen my micro quad parts list?
I would say between $100-$150 probably?

http://blog.oscarliang.net/brushed-micro...arts-list/
A better FPV'er than LOS'er :) -- My Fleet
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#5
(01-13-2016, 08:24 PM)Oscar Liang Wrote: have you seen my micro quad parts list?
I would say between $100-$150 probably?

http://blog.oscarliang.net/brushed-micro...arts-list/

Thank you. Had a look at it recently but it's another big topic.
I like that CJMCU board.... but it's nowhere to get.

Saw your video flying FPV-indoor, that was sooo great. And since it's raining here all day long and i can't fly my 250 beast indoors.... i ned one too xD

Always thought they were lame ... ^^
Sky is where the fun begins!
Flying: Armattan F1-6 / Cobra 1960kv / KISS / 1800mAh nano's / SPR3 / Betaflight 2kHz
Building: FPV49v4 modified
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#6
(01-13-2016, 08:46 PM)DiegoTheWolf Wrote:
(01-13-2016, 08:24 PM)Oscar Liang Wrote: have you seen my micro quad parts list?
I would say between $100-$150 probably?

http://blog.oscarliang.net/brushed-micro...arts-list/

Thank you. Had a look at it recently but it's another big topic.
I like that CJMCU board.... but it's nowhere to get.

Saw your video flying FPV-indoor, that was sooo great. And since it's raining here all day long and i can't fly my 250 beast indoors.... i ned one too xD

Always thought they were lame ... ^^

Since I tried the 8.5mm motor setup, I cannot recommend it enough!! I will not look back at another 7mm setup again... :Big Grin

go for 8.5mm setup I swear you will enjoy it more Big Grin
A better FPV'er than LOS'er :) -- My Fleet
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(01-13-2016, 12:22 PM)DiegoTheWolf Wrote: Wow, looks nice ...
How much does a whole micro quad cost?
I consider building one for bad weather indoor flight, without fpv!

Printed frame is good for fun, creating, but stronger plastic will be too heavy and lighter plastic one will break, if you manage to fly "stunty" if I can say so. I would suggest to buy my favorite one from picnicquads, polycarbonate efficiency II. Polycarbonate when thin arms like that will break LESS than the cf-birchcore. Polycarbonate could bend, so it's a 7$ well invested when you're trying to learn acro, stunty stuff. But, if you're confortable and experienced, nothing beat it's cf-birchcore in therm of lightweight. 

My setup cost : ~78$
- Efficiency II frame 120 : 7$ (frame without motor mount)
- 4 motor mount at 0.85$ each
- a flight controller : ~40-50$
- set of 4 motor 0820-17 (8.5mm brush motors) : 15$ to 31$ for a set
- lipo 1s around 500 to 600 mAh 35C : there's the nano-tech actually lower price 3$



some links:
http://picnicquads.com/
http://micro-motor-warehouse.com/
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store...20SR_.html

Forget to mention the Lemon Satellite DMS2 receiver for 10 to 15$
But Picnicquads sell SciSky apparently with receiver integrated, started at 40$

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#8
(01-13-2016, 08:59 PM)Oscar Wrote: Since I tried the 8.5mm motor setup, I cannot recommend it enough!! I will not look back at another 7mm setup again... :Big Grin

go for 8.5mm setup I swear you will enjoy it more Big Grin

Hi Oscar,

Please correct me if I'm wrong.. have you tried 8.5 mm motors with CJMCU board  Huh
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#9
(08-20-2016, 01:55 PM)pakamon Wrote: Hi Oscar,

Please correct me if I'm wrong.. have you tried 8.5 mm motors with CJMCU board  Huh

no i haven't.
A better FPV'er than LOS'er :) -- My Fleet
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#10
I really need to pick up a micro quad for indoor flying over the winter.
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