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First Post, first foam board

#1
I love the YouTube channel, been watching for a long time. And I love what FT stands for.
I have flown quads and scratch built one with waypoint navigation and a scratch built headtracking pan/tilt rig. I had a few cp single rotors but they don't live long :(

Now Im going to go fixed wing.
 

Figure9

Well-known member
#2
I love the YouTube channel, been watching for a long time. And I love what FT stands for.
I have flown quads and scratch built one with waypoint navigation and a scratch built headtracking pan/tilt rig. I had a few cp single rotors but they don't live long :(

Now Im going to go fixed wing.
Welcome to the forum & enjoy your fixed wing flying. Keep the forum in the loop & you’ll have plenty of help & interested flyers following your builds.
 

Maxx

Active member
#3
I love the YouTube channel, been watching for a long time. And I love what FT stands for.
I have flown quads and scratch built one with waypoint navigation and a scratch built headtracking pan/tilt rig. I had a few cp single rotors but they don't live long :(

Now Im going to go fixed wing.
Welcome to the forum Xavior !
 

Captain Jay

Well-known member
#5
I love the YouTube channel, been watching for a long time. And I love what FT stands for.
I have flown quads and scratch built one with waypoint navigation and a scratch built headtracking pan/tilt rig. I had a few cp single rotors but they don't live long :(

Now Im going to go fixed wing.
Welcome to the forum. Flying planes is so fun!! You're going to have a blast. FT has many simple beginner planes you can build. With every plane you build the next one is that much better. I learn something everytime I build a plane...
Have fun on your first build and go easy on the hot glue. The weight adds up quickly if you don't keep that in mind...
 
#15
So cool man! Did you figure out what was causing the glitches? Looks like the pan servo started to do it to.

I pulled the trigger SeaDuck SN1 will be here in a week. It was really tempting to pay the 50$ shipping so I could have it this weekend, but I got an extra battery instead
 

Hondo76251

Well-known member
#16
Yeah, it was on all channels. I think the main power cable from the battery was too close to the receiver, need to do a bit more testing