Hello Tello Pilot!
Join our DJI Tello community & remove this banner.
Sign up

Proper Props

Mymgb

Well-known member
Joined
Jun 16, 2018
Messages
128
Reaction score
48
As most of you know,one of the most issues with drone flying is installing or replacing props after a crash that damages a prop or when you have calibrated the IMU or hover calibration. Attached is a suggestion you might adopt in identifying the proper installation of props. I do this with my backups,too. I use a Silver Sharpie but you could use paint,drop of finger nail polish,etc. This is a simple way for me to get it right. I hope this helps.
 

Attachments

  • 6ABBF1A1-FD53-41A4-9AAB-8F93853EBF47.jpeg
    6ABBF1A1-FD53-41A4-9AAB-8F93853EBF47.jpeg
    1.5 MB · Views: 26
  • 5ED90390-5D1C-4D78-893E-ACF4D1087627.jpeg
    5ED90390-5D1C-4D78-893E-ACF4D1087627.jpeg
    2.5 MB · Views: 23
As most of you know,one of the most issues with drone flying is installing or replacing props after a crash that damages a prop or when you have calibrated the IMU or hover calibration. Attached is a suggestion you might adopt in identifying the proper installation of props. I do this with my backups,too. I use a Silver Sharpie but you could use paint,drop of finger nail polish,etc. This is a simple way for me to get it right. I hope this helps.
Good idea.

The props are marked by the pattern on the top, but the motor housings could be more clearly identified imo.
:)
 

Members online

No members online now.

Forum statistics

Threads
5,720
Messages
40,028
Members
17,174
Latest member
rocksolid