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Printing 3d Forum
Started by HowDoIfly, Friday,August 02, 2013, 12:58:47
Quote from: rsmith21 on Monday,August 05, 2013, 18:24:04 Have you seen the videos of the guys using a laser pen and mirror, that method is much more indicative than the phone method, there is too much mass in the phone to get great results IMO.
Quote from: Cozp83 on Tuesday,August 06, 2013, 11:37:03 here ya go ross
Quote from: DarrellW on Tuesday,August 06, 2013, 18:11:32 If you';ve got Rctimer motors nothing would surprise me, mine are not the best - just taken delivery of some HK motors that were cheaper and they are quite obviously better made (NTM Propdrive 2826 1100kv).I think that if you want your model for photography / fpv you are better off looking at better quality motors - at the end of the day you will get what you pay for. I';ve got Hyperion and Axi motors that are 3 years old now and seen plenty of use, nowt wrong with them!
Quote from: rsmith21 on Tuesday,August 06, 2013, 19:13:58 BUT TAKE THE PROPS OFF, its too dangerous to do it with the props on, you balance the props on a prop balancer :)The system works very well give it a try.
Quote from: powerlord on Wednesday,August 07, 2013, 17:00:20 Darrell how do you use the short shaft ones and what is the benefit? Sent from my HTC One using Tapatalk 4
Quote from: HowDoIfly on Sunday,August 11, 2013, 17:05:48 I guess you more experienced flyers might have spotted it before but I made in interesting discovery last night while contemplating my next build.Spinning the motor by hand I noticed the wobble at the prop nut again and studied it a bit closer to find it also occuring at the prop hub. Removing the prop nut and prop, I spun the motor again and saw a wobble from the top of adapter collet. Seems the top mating surface of the collet (where the prop hub sits) is skewed. I eyeballed the adapter stud but it seemed true so am blaming the collet at this point. Anyone else seen this?EDIT: Oh, and p.s. The rctimer motor wiring is dire. It uses the same winding wires, very poorly protected. I had to add hot glue to the grommets as they were obviously very prone to the slightest movement and the only mechanical strength would be coming from the motor winding wires themselves.
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