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Raging Rotors SPECIAL: A Build More Fun than the Lego Movie,…

[To start from the beginning, check out Part 1 and Part 2] The frames are built and the motors and ESCs are installed, and all that remains is one major piece: The Multirotor Control Board. The Multirotor Control Board is the heart and soul of the multirotor vehicle. It maintains level flight, helps equalize motor speeds, and also is the gyroscope for the [...]

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Raging Rotors: Surely You Can’t Be Serious!

…Of course I’m serious, and don’ t call me Shirley! Indeed Airplane! is a great movie, but why bring it up, you ask? As both pilots became ill, it was up to Otto Pilot to take control of the plane and fly towards their destination. In the world of multirotors, fully autonomous design is an ideal goal: Amazon wants to deliver local packages, [...]

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Raging Rotors: Who is the Puppeteer?

Raging Rotors ahoy! This week we talk about the true brains behind any multirotor aircraft: The Multirotor Controller. This is no ordinary electronics setup that can be made (or bought) through multiple sources. Now a Multirotor Control Unit consists to two parts: A gyroscope and master control system. The gyroscope is your average stabilizing system, and are a part of many helicopters [...]

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