This a page for Medlin Drone tutorials related to Head Tracking Gimbals for FPV Multirotors.
This tutorial is for implementing an Open-Source Design by Medlin Drone. Seem like too much work? The store sells a selection of Fully Pre-Built Gimbal Drones! What You’ll Need: Wow look at this long list… if only there were kits available… with components tested to ensure compatibility… the Medlin Drone Store sells kits, including fullContinue reading “Adding a FPV Gimbal to a Multirotor”
This tutorial is for adding a prebuilt or DIY head tracker to a FPV setup. Open-source firmware and configuration software can be found here and open-source designs by Medlin Drone can be found here. This should be applicable for any transmitter running OpenTX that has a 3.5mm auxiliary trainer port, there are SBUS and wirelessContinue reading “Adding a Head Tracker to Your Setup”
This is a quick run down on how to print a Medlin Drone FPV Gimbal. Print in TPU, 100% infill, 0.2mm resolution, supports enabled, print on the side such that the hinge profile is not sliced by layers, reference the pictures bellow. I recommend using ‘harder’ TPU filament, as it aids in stiffness for theContinue reading “How-To 3D Print a FPV Gimbal”
This is a set of tips and recommendations for trying out a head tracking gimbal for the first time. I recommend setting up the gimbal to have a conservative range of motion, at least for your first flights. You can simply and quickly adjust range of motion via the ‘weight’ on the servo channel inContinue reading “Flight Tips – First Flight with FPV Gimbal”
The head tracker doesn’t add much to the overall system once it’s set up and working, I use the same carrying cases and bag. Your gear doesn’t need to match this to use a head tracking gimbal, the only thing you need is to verify that your transmitter supports a trainer function via an auxiliaryContinue reading “My Setup and Gear”