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3D Printed Monocopter With Thrust Vectoring Test Flight

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Test Flight of my 3D printed Monocopter with thrust vectoring.Its a single motor drone and uses 4 servo-controlled ducts for thrust vector control.

source/image(PrtSC): Michael Bruckner

This project shows a complete 3D designed and printed single rotor drone as a full remake of the previous “Ball-Drone” Projekt.

The special design with only one rotor and air vanes for position control make this project particularly interesting in the area of drones.

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Common RC components like radio receiver, lipo battery, ESC, motor, propeller, servos were used. In addition to drastic changes to the design itself, a commercial flight controller is now also used. Setting up Betaflight is just as important as a lot of background information and links on the topic itself.via/read more: hackaday

Parts:

  • 3D printed Frame (PETG)
  • F4 FC
  • 2306 Motor
  • 6×4.2 Prop
  • ES9051 servos
  • Frsky RX
  • Tattu 1300mAh 4s
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VIA Michael Bruckner
SOURCEhackaday
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