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Build A 290 Class Mini FPV Racing Hexacopter

DIY Step By Step, Start To Finish Instructions

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290 FPV Mini Hexacopter Racer

FPV quadcopters definitely birthed the start of FPV racing. Rightly so, they are challenging to fly and fun to watch. But now we think it's time to birth a new class with this 290 mini FPV racing hexacopter!

How To Build A FPV Racing Quadcopter

DIY Step By Step, Start To Finish Instructions

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250 FPV Mini Quadcopter Racer Closeup
250 FPV Mini Quadcopter Racer With Fat Shark Immersion Goggles

FPV quadcopter racing is getting so popular that we just couldn't stop ourselves from putting together this step-by-step series on "How to Build A FPV Racing Quadcopter"! Truth is we are just as excited about this as everybody else is! If you can imagine participating in a live Stars Wars video game, then you can imagine quadcopter FPV racing! Better yet, this could be you! In this series we are going to take you through the "how-to", step-by-step and if you follow this tutorial you'll have your FPV racer built in a single weekend! (In fact, a single Saturday....if you push it a bit.)

Next Project: The Mystery Project!

Our next project will be a really, really wild! (Guaranteed that you haven't seen something like this before!) You don't want to miss this!

Nighthawk Pro 280 Ready to Fly FPV Racing Drone

How To Build A Quadcopter
With A Pixhawk Flight Controller

DIY Step By Step, Start To Finish Instructions

Step 1  Step 2  Step 3  Step 4  Step 5-1  Step 5-2  Step 5-3  Step 6  Step 7  Step 8  Step 9-1  Step 9-2  Step 9-3  Step 9-4  Step 10  Step 11  Step 12  Step 13 Maiden Flight!
Quadcopter with canopy

It's time to take to the skies! Learning to build your own quadcopter with a Pixhawk flight controller is a lot easier than you think. This do it yourself quadcopter build contains easy step-by-step, start to finish instructions on how to build your own quadcopter using the open source Pixhawk flight controller, Turnigy 9x radio and free Mission Planner ground station software. But don't be fooled by how easy we make it to build a quadcopter with this flight controller. The Pixhawk and Mission Planner ground station software are a very powerful and advanced open source platform that is easy enough for beginners and powerful enough for the pros. So let's get started and before you know it you'll discover that the sky is the limit!

Maiden Flight

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Learning Robotics With Lego

Robot Fun For Everyone, Young & Old Alike!

When it comes to stirring imagination and innovation there is nothing like good old fashioned Lego blocks! Except for one thing, Lego isn't old fashioned. In fact, it is on the forefront of educational resources for teaching STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) in the classroom using robotics. Putting aside the STEM curriculum it is also a fantastic way for people to get into robotics as a hobby and doesn't require any programming knowledge at all! If you can drag and drop you can build robots too!

Like it or not the robots are coming!

WeDo Robotics

WeDo Lego AlligatorThe Lego WeDo Robotics sets are geared towards children ages 7+ and is a great introduction to the world of robotics. Putting aside the age factor, WeDo is alot of fun for adults too! Grab a kit (and a kid) and follow Mr. "D" as he takes you through this fun tutorial series!

Learning Robotics With EV3 Mindstorms

EV3 Mindstorms Lego EducationQuite often the word "robotics" is intimidating to many people, but it doesn't have to be that way. The Lego EV3 Mindstorms takes the raw edge off of learning robotics with an easy to use computer canvas. So easy in fact, that anyone can build and program a robot without any programming skills (or programming knowledge) at all. Young and old alike can join in the fun and build some really cool robots!