TK4 - Build

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Re: TK4 - Build

Postby chschmid » Thu Feb 28, 2013 4:15 pm

Ok ThinMan, thats reasonable.

Right now I am using 16mm tubes.
When I build my next copter I will layout it for 22mm and get back to you. Maybe you will have them longterm tested by then.

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Re: TK4 - Build

Postby ThinMan » Thu Feb 28, 2013 5:41 pm

All my life i learning many things, but with foreign languages i have big problems, it goes not in my head.

I`m a autodidact, but only in my language.

I`m need a german wiki, sorry. Or a helping human in my town.

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Re: TK4 - Build

Postby chschmid » Thu Feb 28, 2013 11:33 pm

Never mind, ThinMan

(Kein Problem. Ich habe Dir geschrieben, dass Deine Preisvorstellung vernünftig ist. Im Moment verwende ich 16mm Rohre. Mein Nächstes Projekt werde ich dann wohl in 22mm ausführen. Wenn es soweit ist, melde ich mich bei Dir. Bis dann hast Du ja die Verbinder sicher im Härtetest gehabt ;) . )

Gruss
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Re: TK4 - Build

Postby ThinMan » Fri Mar 01, 2013 12:55 am

Hallo!

Falls Du was mit 22 mm planst, denke bitte daran, das die Bohrlochabstände vorgegeben sind, sonst müßte ich die Steckverbindungen ja komplett neu konstruieren.

Ich habe ja zwei verschiedene, etwas längere für den Quadro und kürzere für den Y-Okto, dessen steckbare Arme (die äußeren) sind ja nur 270 mm lang. Passen aber 13er Props noch drauf. Für durchgehende Motorarme würde ich dann die längeren nehmen.

Gib bei shapeways thinkopter ein, ich lade immer mal wieder Teile zur Ergänzung hoch. Fragt halt ab und zu mal einer nach anderen Teilen, die mache ich ihm dann.

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Re: TK4 - Build

Postby ThinMan » Thu Mar 07, 2013 7:00 pm

Hello!

A new photo from the first 2 layers (one for the bottom, 1 cm) of foam for the motorarms in the case:

TK4-Kiste.jpg


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Re: TK4 - Build

Postby ThinMan » Sun Mar 10, 2013 4:58 pm

Hello!

Here a photo from the other layers:

TK4-Kiste 3.jpg


Under the core ist one lipo, on the gimbal mounted the CX730 E. Motorarms and landing gear are in the cover.

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Re: TK4 - Build

Postby ThinMan » Tue Apr 16, 2013 7:26 pm

Hello!

The Kopter Box is ready.

Kiste.jpg
Boden.jpg
Deckel.jpg


Quadro ThinKopter TK 4 (67 cm Motor zu Motor), Gimbal, CX 730 E, Spectrum DX10t

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Re: TK4 - Build

Postby ThinMan » Sun Apr 21, 2013 4:32 pm

Hello!

And here photos of the content of the box:

Kiste TK 4 Inhalt.jpg


ThinKopter TK 4 frontal.jpg


Details:

TK 4 Detail Kabelführung Motorarm.jpg


ThinKopter TK VID 420.jpg


Spectrum DX10t Detail.jpg


Thank you for your interest.

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Re: TK4 - Build

Postby kinderkram » Sun Apr 21, 2013 5:55 pm

Beautiful, well done, Thinman! 8-)

When will we get a chance to see your creation in action? I think you'll get some decent footage with the CX730.
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Re: TK4 - Build

Postby ThinMan » Sun Apr 21, 2013 6:13 pm

Hello!

Thank you, but i have many problems with the ESC 32 and the AQ (suddenly no arming), no video-downlink, no telemetrie, no LED`s (respectively no regulation for it).

I have many pieces here and no plan. My english is not better and this is the crux. I search a specialist for AQ in Berlin, also for the TKY 8 (Oktokopter).

Conclusion, it is a long way to fly.

Tomorrow, i make a new attempt. Now i am bugged out.

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