The Quanum Trifecta sold through Hobbyking is a circa 295mm Tri-copter that folds for transport yet still carries 8″ propellers. In my first post I gave a bit of background on the project and following on from that this post will give a rundown of the parts sourced for the build.
The Quanum Trifecta sold through Hobbyking is a circa 295mm Tri-copter that folds for transport yet still carries 8″ propellers. The robust design and sub-AUD50 price making it an ideal choice for my next build.
When I bought these Emax Nano v2 20A ESCs I thought I was getting a bargain. In hindsight they have been the root of many hours of uncertainty and confusion. Once the “stock” BLHeli was replaced with the real BLHeli though it all came together. Continue reading Updated to real BLHeli and it’s AWESOME
The hardest thing about building my own quadcopter from random parts has been the process I’m about to describe. Using (flying) it. You see, if like me you’ve never flown anything before you’re going to be starting at the bottom of a steep learning curve. Continue reading Lessons from Flying my DIY Quadcopter Badly
When I ordered all the bits for my first Quadcopter build I didn’t do much due-diligence. That’s how I ended up spending tens of hours trying to update the BLHeli firmware on the EMAX Nano ESCs. This post takes you on my journey of frustration and enlightenment. Continue reading Problems Updating EMAX Nano ESCs