Differential Tilt rotor build with EDF (it will crash fast)

Discussion in 'Experimentation' started by GJH105775, Mar 30, 2017.

  1. GJH105775

    GJH105775 Avid Linux User, and U.S. Air Force 1C6 Moderator

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    Going to post my build plans, and some of the revisions soon, but basically I got a crappy off the shelf tilt rotor frame and was originally going to just make it usable, but with my new 3D printer and some wish to go fast I'm doing a tilt rotor with differential tilt and an EDF strapped to the top.



    My current problem (pun not intended ) now is with introducing the 64mm EDF the current draw of that and my Emax red bottoms (might upgrade to the new emax motors later). Looking into using a 1800mAh Bonka with a 80C/160C discharge rate. This gives me 144 amps for continuous (which is fine if I'm not pushing the system) and a 288amp burst rating.


    Just kinda doing this build on a whim, so it is pretty disorganized right now.


    Will post more.

    Any battery suggestions or preferences?


    -Edit-
    Decided to either go with two independent batteries, or a parallel system as it is more versatile and cheaper.

    Attached is a design for the frame's landing gear, a mount for a gopro, and a mount for the EDF.


    here is the belt driven design

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    Last edited: Apr 28, 2017
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  2. Gyro Doctor

    Gyro Doctor Electronics Tech for over 45 years

    :rolleyes: ... Keep us posted on your progress !
     
  3. Nerdiasme

    Nerdiasme Member

    This is very interesting !
     

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