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Ideas for a brushless motor??

Rodrigo_trad

New Member
Hi everyone, new to this place.

So long story short, I used to have an aerial photography business using drones a few years back, one of them fell and broke and it was a beast; it was an octocopter with a 1.2 mts span (about 5ft I think) and I think it could lift upto 10kg but obviously never tried it.

So anyway the crash wasn't that bad but the body broke so I removed the motors and ESCs and stored them.

Now I feel like doing something with them other than flying, they are T-Motor Navigator series MN4014-9 KV400 that use a 40A ESC. and I have 10 or 12 I think. They are pretty much new, probably less than 100 hours flight time.

I've been searching for DIY ideas for these motor but I don't seem to find anything.

I have a shop at home where I make furniture and things like that on wood and metal, so making something along those lines maybe? I also have a 3d printer so that broadens the horizons a bit I think.

So if you think of something usefull or fun to do I'd appreciate it vey much!
 

danadak

Active Member
Go to youtube, hackaday, or element14 and just do a search on brushless
motors, tons of projects / discussions on BLDC.....


Regards, Dana.
 

jewlersarty

New Member
Hi everyone, new to this place.

So long story short, I used to have an aerial photography business using drones a few years back, one of them fell and broke and it was a beast; it was an octocopter with a 1.2 mts span (about 5ft I think) and I think it could lift upto 10kg but obviously never tried it.

So anyway the crash wasn't that bad but the body broke so I removed the motors and ESCs and stored them.

Now I feel like doing something with them other than flying, they are T-Motor Navigator series MN4014-9 KV400 that use a 40A ESC. and I have 10 or 12 I think. They are pretty much new, probably less than 100 hours flight time.

I've been searching for DIY ideas for these motor but I don't seem to find anything.

I have a shop at home where I make furniture and things like that on wood and metal, so making something along those lines maybe? I also have a 3d printer so that broadens the horizons a bit I think.

So if you think of something usefull brushless dc motor or fun to do I'd appreciate it vey much!
Hi, I got your point. Why not you try brushless dc motor? As one of my hair dryer was broke and I used 72V 400W brushless dc motor and I think you can use this motor for your drone camera or with higher specs but I believe brushless DC motor is perfect as per your requirements and needs.
 

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