Nanoweight Parts

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Max
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Re: Nanoweight Parts

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Rapidrory
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Re: Nanoweight Parts

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Both those drive motor types have been used in nanos before. While they work, their power to weight ratio is pretty poor, and they are far too slow without modifying the gearboxes.
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Rapidrory
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Re: Nanoweight Parts

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Came across these recently: http://www.banggood.com/Tarot-MT1104-40 ... 46204.html

There are quite a few tiny brushless around, but these are the first I've seen with sensible mounting holes. Could be good for a nano spinner or brushless ant drive. Not too expensive compared to some others either.
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Re: Nanoweight Parts

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Yay more cool cheap parts from fake amazon... sorry i mean banggood.com which totally isnt chinese amazon lol
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