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My build in black carbonfil
« on: June 22, 2016, 11:15:42 AM »

Hi guys:
My name is Dani, I'm from Spain. CdRsKuLL wanted to thank this great contribution.
Forgive my English because it is very bad.
I'm building V1.3 in a Prusa I3 Steel, the filament I'm using is Carbonfil of Formfutura (HDGLASS + carbon fiber). I will share with you the process of building my Clone DJI

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Re: My build in black carbonfil
« Reply #1 on: June 22, 2016, 04:30:56 PM »
Hi dvera16, the color looks great! I am printing in white ABS and will paint all parts in Black matte. I will post my Progress soon and I would be happy if we could work together on our problems.

Best Regards from Germany

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Re: My build in black carbonfil
« Reply #2 on: June 23, 2016, 07:33:23 AM »
very good work Vera, could you says me  the température used to print with this filament and also the diameter of the nozzle
The surface seems to be very smooth on your picture and I'd like to test this product. Good continuation
 Jacques

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Re: My build in black carbonfil
« Reply #3 on: June 23, 2016, 11:39:14 AM »
very good work Vera, could you says me  the température used to print with this filament and also the diameter of the nozzle
The surface seems to be very smooth on your picture and I'd like to test this product. Good continuation
 Jacques

Thank you for your comment. I print it with this filament Nozzle 235 ° and 70 ° in the warm bed. Use a layer high of 0.2 with 10 laps brim and a speed of 28 to 30. One must be careful, because the nozzle must be stainless steel and have well adjusted, if poorly adjusted molten material can come out above the nozzle as has happened to me. But overall it is a very good, strong, easy to print filament, can be machined and easy to print.
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Re: My build in black carbonfil
« Reply #4 on: June 23, 2016, 11:41:54 AM »
Hi dvera16, the color looks great! I am printing in white ABS and will paint all parts in Black matte. I will post my Progress soon and I would be happy if we could work together on our problems.

Best Regards from Germany

Chris23

thank you for your comment. the truth is that the color I like a lot, if the quad runs smoothly, I will cover the outer casings vinyl water, and interior parts want to polish the sand.
I hope to see soon your project.
regards

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Re: My build in black carbonfil
« Reply #5 on: June 23, 2016, 12:10:44 PM »
Okay sounds cool! I will post my project tomorrow I think. I am still waiting for the servo to test the up and down of the arms. The next will be ordering the Naza and a GPS module.

What ist your next step? I See you have already assembled the bearing for the 8mm rod.

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Chris

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Re: My build in black carbonfil
« Reply #6 on: June 23, 2016, 03:53:50 PM »
Thanks dvera16 for the information about temperature.
And about de nozzle size is it 0.2 ,0.3 , 0.4 or another ?

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Re: My build in black carbonfil
« Reply #7 on: June 23, 2016, 03:58:35 PM »
Thanks dvera16 for the information about temperature.
And about de nozzle size is it 0.2 ,0.3 , 0.4 or another ?
Nozzle 0.4

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Re: My build in black carbonfil
« Reply #8 on: June 23, 2016, 04:01:24 PM »
Okay sounds cool! I will post my project tomorrow I think. I am still waiting for the servo to test the up and down of the arms. The next will be ordering the Naza and a GPS module.

What ist your next step? I See you have already assembled the bearing for the 8mm rod.

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Chris
In the following days I will ride the folding system of arms with arduino . for controlling 'll buy Pixhawk .

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Re: My build in black carbonfil
« Reply #9 on: June 23, 2016, 04:16:57 PM »
Ok so we are nearly on the same level in the building progress. Is there a Special reason for you using this Controller instead of the Naza?

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Re: My build in black carbonfil
« Reply #10 on: June 23, 2016, 04:23:02 PM »
Ok so we are nearly on the same level in the building progress. Is there a Special reason for you using this Controller instead of the Naza?
yes, I've already worked with the flight system ArduPilot and I really like. The end of this project is its use in civil work and this system is more complete than DJI and more economical

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« Reply #11 on: June 23, 2016, 04:30:51 PM »
Ok sounds logical. I am just a mechanical engineer, so I have to follow the instructions in this forum for the electronics and wiring. I will use the same parts as CDRSkull did. When my drone is flying well I will costumize some details I think. But at First one step after the other.

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Re: My build in black carbonfil
« Reply #12 on: June 25, 2016, 10:18:54 AM »
Buen trabajo de impresión. Se ven las piezas con un buen acabado. Espero ver mas fotos cuando lo montes. Yo he fabricado uno en rojo y negro. He echo varias modificaciones de los planos originales que estan subidos. Por ejemplo, he modificado el diametro de las varillas roscadas de 3 a 4mm porque aqui no encontré varillas roscadas de 3 mm. He puesto 2 servos de poca calidad y se han quemado, asi que he comprado un servo de robótica HI-TEC de rotación continua, es decir, que no tienen tope de giro. Yo no he puesto placa arduino ni micros de corte, simplemente he puesto el servo en un canal de la emisora y le he ajustado los end points. Te dejo el enlace del servo por si estás interesado:  http://hitecrcd.com/products/servos/robotic-servos/hsr-2645cr-continuous-rotation-digital-robot-servo/product . Si necesitas ayuda puedes contactar conmigo dejandome un mensaje o a traves de la tienda www.hobbyjess.es a traves del chat.

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Re: My build in black carbonfil
« Reply #13 on: June 25, 2016, 08:19:43 PM »
Buen trabajo de impresión. Se ven las piezas con un buen acabado. Espero ver mas fotos cuando lo montes. Yo he fabricado uno en rojo y negro. He echo varias modificaciones de los planos originales que estan subidos. Por ejemplo, he modificado el diametro de las varillas roscadas de 3 a 4mm porque aqui no encontré varillas roscadas de 3 mm. He puesto 2 servos de poca calidad y se han quemado, asi que he comprado un servo de robótica HI-TEC de rotación continua, es decir, que no tienen tope de giro. Yo no he puesto placa arduino ni micros de corte, simplemente he puesto el servo en un canal de la emisora y le he ajustado los end points. Te dejo el enlace del servo por si estás interesado:  http://hitecrcd.com/products/servos/robotic-servos/hsr-2645cr-continuous-rotation-digital-robot-servo/product . Si necesitas ayuda puedes contactar conmigo dejandome un mensaje o a traves de la tienda www.hobbyjess.es a traves del chat.
Muy interesante, de momento estoy usando un servo de 360 grados que use para otro proyecto (una cabina de chorro de arena), cuando tenga todo montado posiblemente eche un ojo a ese servo que tiene muy buena pinta. Gracias!