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Posted: 2011-07-06 14:48 
Where did you get them...?

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Posted: 2011-07-06 15:23 
Whom or what do you mean?

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Posted: 2011-07-06 15:27 
I wonder where did you get thoses handwheels ?

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Posted: 2011-07-06 17:05 
I havent bought them yet because i havent had a good idea how to attach them to EMC.
Check out the link and you see the dealer.

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Posted: 2011-07-06 18:06 
ok, now better.
unfortunately have no complete picture for them but like to create something too.
my idea was to use additional PC card with 2nd LPT port for inputs and simple monostable generator based on 555 chip.
this wheel will trigger pulses with attached encoder or something and startup generator. + some swithes to change axis and bit searching in EMC config files to make it working.
in "big" world this thing is named JOG controller may be that helps.
other thing temporarily have no time to play with that (RC models season) so using keyboard :)

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Posted: 2011-07-06 19:36 
TheZacharius wrote:
ok, now better.
unfortunately have no complete picture for them but like to create something too.
my idea was to use additional PC card with 2nd LPT port for inputs and simple monostable generator based on 555 chip.
this wheel will trigger pulses with attached encoder or something and startup generator. + some swithes to change axis and bit searching in EMC config files to make it working.
in "big" world this thing is named JOG controller may be that helps.
other thing temporarily have no time to play with that (RC models season) so using keyboard :)


What kind of RC you do ?

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Posted: 2011-07-07 04:15 
now training 450 class heli, before some 1:8 off-road with gas engine but no championships or something

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Posted: 2012-04-04 03:36 
@DiaLFonZo - What program did you use to design the casing in your first post ? Solidworks ? Its quite neat how you have the Xbee's and arduinos placed inside the case.


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Posted: 2012-04-04 07:07 
Yes it's Solidworks.
Thanks.. ;)

Didn't look at that for a long time.. but would be nice to continue.. ;)

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Posted: 2012-04-04 07:11 
Did you make the xbees, gimbals, keypad, and arduino from scratch or were they available in a library ?


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Posted: 2012-04-04 07:13 
by the way i got to say that i love your design and im going to be designing mine quite similar to yours. thanks for sharing your work


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Posted: 2012-04-04 07:15 
There is many things that i need to change to make it good.
The top knob are too far and can't be reach while holding the transmitter in hand
Also i would make it a bit smaller...

Some things.. ;)

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Posted: 2012-04-04 15:08 
Zach,

Just noticed your July post.

Which Heli?

I bought and am currently assembling an Align TREX 450 Sport V2 heli. I'll be using a Futaba T7C radio.

How's your training progressing? Can you hover?

Alan KM6VV

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Posted: 2012-04-23 09:50 
Hi all... just found that one a forum...



http://www.hobbydirekt.de/Graupner/RC-B ... 85308.html

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Posted: 2012-09-04 06:44 
KM6VV wrote:
Zach,

Just noticed your July post.

Which Heli?

I bought and am currently assembling an Align TREX 450 Sport V2 heli. I'll be using a Futaba T7C radio.

How's your training progressing? Can you hover?

Alan KM6VV

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now training 450 class heli, before some 1:8 off-road with gas engine but no championships or something

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