3D indoor flyer

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3D indoor flyer

Postby Bio Hazzard » Fri Mar 29, 2013 1:11 pm

So I just saw this in the AUS warehouse, and its got my mind on 3D indoor flying!!! My question is what parts should I use for it? I've never built a micro plane before so I'm having some trouble :(

Heres what I have so far:

Plane

Hobby King GeeBee Micro EPP Kit < The reason I liked this plane is because #1 its in the Aus warehouse #2 its super small - won't disturb others when flying in gymnasium without 'official' permission + opens up opportunity to fly inside my house

Receiver

OrangeRx R415 Micro receiver

Battery

Turnigy nano-tech 300mah 1S 35c Lipo Pack
OR
urnigy nano-tech 180mah 2S 25~40C Lipo Pack

Servos < This is the part I'm having the most trouble with :( Do servos on micro's get powered straight from the battery or from the esc? And if so how am I meant to tell what the bec rating on the esc is??

Option 1
Toki BioWire 1g Micro Servo

Option 2
HobbyKing Ultra Micro Servo 1.7g for 3D Flight (Left)

Option 3
HK-282A Single-Screw, Ultra-Micro Servo 2g / 0.2kg / 0.08sec

Option 4
HK-5330 Ultra-Micro Digital Servo 1.9g / 0.04sec / 0.17kg

Option 5
HK-5320 Ultra-Micro Digital Servo 1.7g / 0.05sec / 0.075kg

Also I couldn't find any servos in the Aus warehouse that seemed appropriate for this application and as we all do I especially hate having to order from the international warehouse :(
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Re: 3D indoor flyer

Postby zevobh » Sat Apr 13, 2013 4:55 pm

they recommend 2.5g servos, so you should probably get these. the servos plug directly into the receiver, like any smaller plane. as for the battery, that 180mah looks about right.

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Re: 3D indoor flyer

Postby Bio Hazzard » Sat Apr 20, 2013 1:24 pm

Thanks for replying, I've ordered all the parts now and I'm just waiting. When I finish building it I'll post a thread in a more appropriate section giving a bit more information on what I did, just to point others in the right direction if anyone gets interested in micro 3D's at some point :D
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