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Hmm, I would guess the gyro-only mode is designed for RC use, so the quad keeps relatively level and the user has to manually come in and actually fly it.
Yup, unfortunately it comes with a heavy price tag and closed source I would really want some blades like that though, they might be more efficient than these normal RC airplane props.
Here it is so far. Unfortunately, it will need to go through a complete redesign I emailed Universal, the people who made the laser cutter my school has. They said the 50W laser could cut 3/16 polycarb, but it actually can't. So I wasted lots of time designing that, and $70 on a bunch of 3/16" polycarb. Great.....
It's easy to work with.
Polycarbonate is a whole new deal
Polycarbonate is a whole new deal Not the stuff you can stick on a bandsaw and make nice rounded cuts or anything. You can't even work with that stuff with a hand saw.
any reason not to do multiple cuts with the laser cutter or does the gunk from the first cut get in the way of the 2nd?dunk.