Project Dualcopter – worklog #3

It's been exactly one year since my last update on Project Dualcopter. On 20th of October 2016 I've posted that there was a progress. Now, 12 months later, I once gain report, that there was a progress…. That was slow….

3d printed dualcopter aka flying bucket

servos for 3d printed dualcopter

  • I've finally installed control surfaces and servos
  • I've finally decided where LiPo will go: to the top of the whole stack. I want CoG as far from control surfaces as possible. They will not generate much force, so I need as much torque as possible. So, long lever FTW
  • My daughter called it Flying Bucket. Makes sense, right?
  • Plans for next week: battery mount

2 thoughts on “Project Dualcopter – worklog #3”

  1. i certainly looks like a different kind of flying craft! could you explain the reasons for the build? what advantages or uses this thing will/would have over more traditional quads?
    keep up the good work.
    Russ from Coral Springs, Florida, USA

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