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Quadcopter Frame

Reece747

Junior Member
#1
So i'm making my second scratch built quadcopter, and to make it stand out and look different I angled the two back legs (its a X config) 100 degrees from each other and the two front the usual 90 from each other, can someone please help me as i'm having second thoughts about how the angle difference would affect the operation of the quad, for example if it would affect the yaw, or affect or the CoG.
Thanks
Reece :D
 

C0d3M0nk3y

Posted a thousand or more times
#3
You might want to check out some of the threads on spider quads. A spider is the opposite of what you're talking about -- the front two booms are spaced further apart than the rear booms.