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Discussion in 'Inspire 1 Discussion' started by gogowanda, Feb 20, 2015.

  1. gogowanda

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    When I first got my inspire i thought the flat-pack design was pretty cool. Soon i realized it's such a hassle. So when we started to design the backpack for inspire 1, we wanted the drone to go straight in. today we finished the inner core modeling and here is a sneak peak. we'll name it "Inspak", the big brother to our "phantompak".
    Here is a sneak peak, enjoy your weekend.

    Daz@Bestem Aerial

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  2. Tahoe Ed

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    Interesting design. I hope you do well with it.
     
  3. blade strike

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    Send one my way.. It will get tons of use. Nice design!
     
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    Now, to be able to leave the props on LOL
     
  5. blade strike

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    That's what these are for
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    Quick release, props
     
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    very cool, i was imagining something similar the other day. perfect for the car, quick deploy. are you designing the camera to stay on? yes please
     
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  7. Eliran

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    Just take my money ;-)
     
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  8. Method007

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    Where do you buy those?
     
  9. Tahoe Ed

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    They are test units for the Inspire sent by Dr. Turbo from the E800 propulsion system. At this point they are not available individually.
     
  10. PetePerrim

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    Lol, I thought the factory props were quick release too, just that they 'quick released' in mid-air.........
     
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  11. PetePerrim

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    This looks very cool. Are you planning to manufacture a back pack did you say? Are you considering a hard case too?
     
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    Interesting little box. Any chance of that comfortably fitting into the overhead bin of an airplane?
     
  13. vinny guglielmina

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    Lookin good guys, would love to stay updated on this one. Any ideas on a ship date?
     
  14. foto van bovenaf

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    Interesting!


    Verzonden vanaf mijn iPhone met Tapatalk
     
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    The case looks great, as do the props!
     
  16. Mazz

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    very neat design. For me the issue is not putting the legs down, it takes all of 2 seconds. If there even is an issue, it is connecting the camera, props, and locks every time. Will the camera be able to stay on, as other have asked?
     
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    Ed, I've noticed the E800 are for sale and available from the DJI store. Is this a mod for the Inspire? Can I, and is it advisable to replace the 3510s with the E800? Thanks!
     
  18. Eliran

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    Same motor.
     
  19. gogowanda

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    thanks for all the response! Yes itd be made as a backpack, probably on the market by April. Now I wanted to leave the camra on too, but would need to design a way to secure it. Now you have asked, let me go back to the drawing board. Keep giving me inputs plz.
     
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  20. Eliran

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    Well, gogowanda. If you're back on the drawing board, PLEASE, make a light design for a backpack for the motorcycle users! It's a must ;-)