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Learn to Assemble a Basic Drone using KK Flight Controller

18 Apr 2022, 15:00
Learn to Assemble a Basic Drone using KK Flight Controller
Updated 04/2022
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 56 lectures (2h 10m) | Size: 2.7 GB

DIY Drone
What you'll learn
Learn about the basic parts used in drones
Learn about KK Flight Controller
Learn how to assemble a drone in general
Build your first drone from scratch and make it fly
No Programming Needed.
In this course, we will build a drone and fly it. This course is intended for complete beginners and will ensure that you have a working drone at the end which will actually fly. Do note that you will need to buy all the components required in this course separately.
We will start by knowing the different components and tools which is required for a drone assembly.
Then we will build a drone that can be modified later at will as most of the parts used are present in all the drones made.
For this specific course, we will focus on KK flight controller which will act as the brain of the drone and the control system logic defined in this will actually make the drone fly with stability.
The reason for choosing this flight controller is that it is easy to use and has an onboard display and buttons, so one can configure and test it without actually the need of connecting it to a laptop. In the future, one can replace this flight controller with any other advanced or custom flight controller keeping all other components the same.
In this course, I have tried to keep the length of the videos as small as possible to make learning more efficient and to offer an effortless learning and DIY experience.
Who this course is for
drone entusiasts and learners who want to build there own manual drone and make it fly easily

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