In the second part of this tutorial will proceed to the assembly of the Quadcopter . If you want to see part 1, which are the various components shown , you can do it here. Before beginning assembly it’s necessary to do the welding operations. If you have no experience in this area, ask for help to avoid accidents. It’s necessary to weld the bullets … Continue reading Quadcopter using a Multiwii – Assembly
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