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3d Printed Inspire Clone / Re: Inspire Clone Parts required
« on: July 18, 2018, 05:53:41 AM »
I'm sorry. Yes, is middle to side.  In other words, is 16" from front propeller to front propeller. Same thing about rear propellers. This measure was taken when the drone is resting on its legs. Positioned a little higher than middle horizontal arms position.

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3d Printed Inspire Clone / Re: Inspire Clone Parts required
« on: July 17, 2018, 02:48:09 AM »
Hello Paytufo,
I can tell you that the Inspire measures are as follows:

Front to rear propellers distance is 15 1/2"
Side to side propellers distance is  8"

Unfortunately have no idea about the Inspire 2.

Regards,

Vic

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3d Printed Inspire Clone / Re: list of the parts needed in the frame
« on: July 01, 2018, 10:09:46 PM »
Hello Friends,
Welcome to the forum.
I am sorry for the delay in answering you. I hope that you have a success at making this drone.
There are several repetitions of the list of accessories that you need to build the inspire. Please look all over and get familiar no only with names of the parts but with the position and function of every single one of them. It is better to print parts and read the most posts you can in order to go solid and be aware of any setback that you may found.
Our best regards,
Victor

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Inspire Build Diaries / Re: rodamientos 14/20/12
« on: June 10, 2018, 01:47:26 AM »
Hola,
Que bueno lo que cuentas. O sea que el arduino te funciono con el codigo tal como viene en el area gris donde le hiciste copy, verdad?

Necesitas descargar el Naza assistant y estudiar la posicion X,Y, y Z del GPS tienes que medir en milimetros la posicion del GPS con relacion al centro de gravedad.  Y tambie considera para el CE centro de la nave partiendola como sandia del frente hacia atras con relacion a la posicion del NAZA. Es sencillo, nada mas cuelga tu drone del centro con un cable que no se reviente y lo cuelgas del techo. Amarra el alambre en la parte de enmedio de la bateria y los micro switches, de manera que el dron este perfectamente horizontal, si este se inclina corre un poco los locks de los brazos para buscar los balances perfectos (recuerda que te sugeri los locks que van con tornillos que no atraviesan el tubo de carbon. Bueno la parte donde esta amarrado el alambre cuando el dron esta perfectamente horizontal, ese es tu CG o centro de gravedad o sea partiendolo como una sandia de arriba hacia abajo y tu CE seria la posicion del tu GPS con relacion a tu controlador NAZA. Los signos negativos o positivos dependen de si esta un poco a la izquierda o a la derech o encima o abajo. Bueno estudiate bien todo eso para que seas un experto. Si solucionaste la arduino, lo demas es un juego de niņos.

No dejes de comentar como te fue.

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Inspire Build Diaries / Having problem trying to find something?
« on: June 09, 2018, 07:06:10 PM »
Dear Inspire Maker,
These posts are full of experiences "Blood, Sweat and Tears" and also laughs and tears of happiness from all the guys that have build the Inspire. Luckily you can have all those experiences at your "fingertip" and most of your problems have been solved already. You have two options: If you are a creative guy, please contribute with your ideas, they are going to be very welcome. If you are a beginner and want to go straight to make this fabulous Drone, take advantage of all these experiences by the book without leaving anything by chance.

Maybe the lack of attention you perceive is because everything that is known about your problem has already been documented?

Sincerely,

Vic

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Hello Tahir,
Welcome to the forum, it is great that you started to print your parts. I recommend you to read all the making posts as possible. Your motors KV seem to be low since the recommended ones are 600KV, however, you can always try them. Remember that the total weight of the Inspire is about five pounds (kind of heavy). You can find several lists of the parts if you check well. There are a lot of experiences recorded in this forum and they are there for you.
Do not hesitate to ask questions about building tips.
Cheers,
Victor



"Maybe the lack of attention you perceive is because everything that is known about your problem has already been documented?"

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3d Printed Inspire Clone / Re: Inspire Clone Build instructions
« on: June 02, 2018, 07:59:51 PM »
Check for "Inner underarm" there are  two versions, choose the one that suits you better.

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3d Printed Inspire Clone / Re: Inspire Clone Electronics
« on: June 01, 2018, 02:47:24 AM »
Hello Svenson,
Welcome to the forum.
Your problem may be an error of procedure. Remember that you need to copy the code as it is in the gray area and then paste it on the sketch of the arduino platform. Then proceed to check "tools" before to upload it to your card.
Please read all the posts possible in the Electronics section.
Also, be patient. It'll work.

Vic

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Inspire Build Diaries / Re: rodamientos 14/20/12
« on: May 28, 2018, 01:27:08 AM »
check your servo motor separately. It should turn 360 degrees both sides very smoothly (try it with current and without current using small plyers).  After assembly everything try to turn the screw bar with your fingers or pliers, without using current. Everything should move up and down very smoothly with no "trompicones"

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3d Printed Inspire Clone / Re: no movement from servo HELP
« on: May 24, 2018, 03:13:00 AM »
Hello Longshot,
Welcome to the forum.
1. the servo motor is to turn to both sides 360 degrees. If it has a stop, fix it yourself. There are you tube tutorials for it.
2. what exact part of the diagram you don't understand?
3. the negative comes all the way from the batery, power board up to the converter.
4. you need to adjust the converter so it provides the proper voltage 7.2 Volts as it says in the instructions.
5. copy and paste the code as it comes in the gray area of the electronics instructions, do not add up anything else. Just past it to the arduino sketch and then to the arduino nano.
6. choose a channel in you RC that works preferentially with the gear switch (I use the turn on button of the spektrum DX7s) in order to make the the servo to run to both sides 360 degrees.

DO NOT FORGET TO READ ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS AND OTHER GUYS' POSTS THOROUGHLY.

I hope this helps

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3d Printed Inspire Clone / Re: Inspire Clone Electronics
« on: April 25, 2018, 03:00:16 AM »
Once again my ugly diagram to the rescue. Connect the positive wires from the legs of the leds to the arduino card on the pins 9, 10, 11, and 12, as in the diagram. The negative leg of the leds can be connected to the negative cables of the ESCs. The arduino is programed to make the leds blink when the arms of the inspire are moving.

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3d Printed Inspire Clone / Re: Inspire Clone Electronics
« on: April 21, 2018, 05:22:51 AM »
Actually, I wrongfully bought this canopy that a guy put on sale here which is against the rules of this site because all the design work made by Steven is free of charge but voluntary donations are accepted.

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Inspire Build Diaries / Re: rodamientos 14/20/12
« on: April 20, 2018, 02:30:29 AM »
Si, yo muevo los brazos con el Naza V2. Mi transmisor es un Spektrum Dx7s; y para mover los brazos no uso palanca sino el boton de "gear" que se gira a la derecha y a la izquierda.

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3d Printed Inspire Clone / Re: Inspire Clone Electronics
« on: April 19, 2018, 02:16:40 AM »
If you mean the base plate for the GPS, I didn't. I affix it down there. Check the picture at the bottom.

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3d Printed Inspire Clone / Re: Inspire Clone Electronics
« on: April 18, 2018, 10:28:59 PM »
zhadden1989,
Maybe this can help. I put the GPS there before the canopy (covers) existed

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