Introduction: JUNOON-360° DRONE WITH POSSIBILITIES.
This is complete information regarding my new project junoon-360° (Homemade quadcopter).
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Step 1: PROJECT REQUIREMENTS.
Things you will need :
1) 2 wooden blocks (square size)
2) Alluminium rectangle pipes (4 pieces of 15cm each)
3) Nut Bolts .
4) Flight controller board .
5) Jumper wires ( Female to female)
6) Transmitter and reciever .
7) Li-po battery (3s).
8) Electronic Speed controllers (4 pieces)
9) Brushless dc motors (1000kv 4 pieces).
10) Propellers ( 4 pieces ).
11) Bullet connectors.
12) XT60 connectors.
Step 2: MAKING THE FRAME FOR QUADCOPTER.
In order to make a frame you will require two wooden blocks of same square size.
Now mark and join all the diagonals of the square blocks in order to make the frame .
Step 3: ASSEMBLE THE FRAME.
After successful marking and drilling of aluminium pipes its time to assemble the frame.
With the help of nut bolts we will now place all the four pipes on wooden block in quad + configuration, above all these pipes place second wooden block and tight it .
Step 4: DEALING WITH FLIGHT CONTROLLER BOARD.
Flight controller is the brain of drone and it shoulb be handle carefully.
Place the fcb on the wooden block a/c to the frame configuration and tight it with screws.
Step 5: DEALING WITH BLDC MOTORS.
Now , we need to place our bldc motors on the 4 arms of the quadcoptor each.
Just tight it with the screws and for each bldc motor there is a esc .
Connect each esc to each motor on the arm with the help of bullet connectors and maje the connection of esc to the fcb.
Step 6: CONNECT THE TRANSMITTER AND RECIEVER AND MAKE THE CONNECTIONS.
Now , connect the reciever on the board with the help of jumper wires to each channel pin.
And fit the propellers on motors a/c to clock and anticlock manner . Now connect the battery to the fcb with xt60 connectors .
Setup the board and bind the reciever with remote control transmitter.
Thats it !
Our homemade quadcopter is ready to fly high.
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- im_MayurYeole made it!