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    Hey everyone. New to FT Forum but not new to flying.

    Hi all. My name is Andy. I'm an experienced RC pilot, model maker and prop maker fro the U.K. I studied industrial product design at Uni. I started flying 3 channel fixed wing free flight and 27mhz back in the mid 1980's Since then I've flown everything from scratch built own designes and...
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    Best Procedure for PID tuning

    I have a naze 32 on a 250 race style quad. Basically I want to get the most out of my PID tuning. I fully understand the P-I-D coefficients and what they do, I'm a mechanical engineer by training, but that doesn't give me the hands on to PID tuning procedure. So how do I start? zero...
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    Another STEM/Engineering Teacher - FPV and Stability elctronics

    Hi All, I am engineering teacher looking to do more with r/c airplanes in the classrooms. I am looking for a platform that will allow modifications to the plane, allow us to share electronics and have enough room for stability electronics and maybe telemetry and FPV. I would appreciate...
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    Gyro stabilized pan/tilt camera mount?

    Not sure if this is the best topic for this question, but seems appropriate. (Mounted on a multi-rotor, a tri-copter in my case) Does anybody have any experience with a gyro stabilized pan/tilt camera system? If so, was it a pain to set up? Are you happy with the results? Can you share any...
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    Stability for Hovering Aircrafts

    Saw a neat study on the news of how top heavy hovering objects/aircraft are more stable in flight than ones with a lower center of gravity. Check out the link! :o http://www.tgdaily.com/sustainability-features/61387-hovering-isn-t-difficult-if-you-re-top-heavy