How to Make a Drone at Home - DIY Quadcopter

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Hello Readers in this instructable i made a drone that fly's really high and the best part here is all the materials needed to build this is available in online shopping sites(Check for links in my video description).This homemade drone is Very Easy to make so try to make one!

Step 1: Amazing Video Tutorial(Shortcut for Those Who Doesn't Like Reading)

Step 2: Materials

  • Coreless motor with propeller
  • Transmitter
  • Receiver
  • Battery
  • Wood or Plastic

Note:Buying link For all the components is given in the video description

Step 3: Frame

The Frame for my drone is made from balsa wood which is very light in weight

  • Mark as per the dimensions
  • draw the circles
  • Cut
  • Design is made to reduce the weight of frame
  • Finish using the sand paper
  • Frame is ready

Step 4: Attaching Coreless Motor to the Frame

  • Solder the Coreless Motor Terminals to the Receiver
  • Glue the Receiver to the Frame
  • Using Glue and Sticky Tape Couple the Motor to the Frame

Step 5: Finishing and Testing

  • Using hot glue attach the battery to upper frame
  • Connect battery to the receiver
  • Switch on the transmitter
  • Wait untill it binds
  • Drone is Ready to Fly

Watch the flying video(Step 1).Thankyou for your time to read this instructable :) Have a good day



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    3 Discussions


    Question 3 months ago on Introduction

    From where I can get the recover and transmitter and of how much


    8 months ago

    Of course you cheesemuffins could buy one premade, but WHERE THE HELI IS THE FUN IN THAT!?!?!?!?


    8 months ago

    This is a really nice quadcopter. One thing you could have worked on is sanding the wood - it looks, quite literally, a bit rough around the edges. Other than that, great job. :)