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  • dji Phantom - prop balancer - for self tightening props, and other RC props balancer - video gello vibration removal USA
  • dji Phantom - prop balancer - for self tightening props, and other RC props balancer - video gello vibration removal AU NZ
  • dji Phantom - prop balancer - for self tightening props, and other RC props balancer - video gello vibration removal EU
  • dji Phantom - prop balancer - for self tightening props, and other RC props balancer - video gello vibration removal USA
  • dji Phantom - prop balancer - for self tightening props, and other RC props balancer - video gello vibration removal USA
  • dji Phantom - prop balancer - for self tightening props, and other RC props balancer - video gello vibration removal USA
  • dji Phantom - prop balancer - for self tightening props, and other RC props balancer - video gello vibration removal USA
  • dji Phantom - prop balancer - for self tightening props, and other RC props balancer - video gello vibration removal USA

dji Phantom 3 self tightening prop, balancer - video gello vibration removal

$38.50
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Product Description

dji-phantom-3-prop-balancer-4688b.jpgdji Phantom 3 selftightening props - balancer- removes gello from video - Balanced props give smooth gello free video &  importantly -> smooth Gyro/Acc/Mag/GPS performance.  Is your dji Phantom flipping Flip-of-death after 4-5mins flying? - its caused by residual prop imbalance - vibration causing accumulated LEVEL spikes going to the CPU.  Our propeller Balancers are the best & most accurate prop balancers you can get anywhere for MultiCopter props to balance them in 2D.  these are far more accurate than magnetic balancers for our EXTENSIVE  hands on balancing experience.  Some pilot try anything to avoid balancing including believe forum posts that some brands don't require balancing ? It's a myth - for video - all props must be balanced - thats the truth.

 

Features

  • For Phantom props with metal inserts - Phantom 3 or Phantom 2
  • Variable height for props up to 13" as shown ; or any size prop with offset table edge system -
  • works with other props with a centre bore between 3mm Ø -> 15mm Ø
  • Indicates the 2D offset of the C of g by the position in which the prop stops (bottom) - Add tape on the opposite side - if a prop stops at 45° tape must be added to the high side of the high prop !

 

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How to use?
Assemble the balancer as per photos this page (right)  - use pliers if the threads are tight on the up-rights - never use tools on the balance shaft - it must remain PERFECTLY straight and true - set up in a place with not wind or fans.  Cut some small strips of tape - twice the length of the prop width - about 10mm wide holographic tape
  1. Place the balancer at the edge of a table/desk - so the prop can spin below the level of the desktop
  2. Place the Phantom 3 (or Phantom 2) prop onto the special red adapter - slide the adapter onto the 3 mm balancer shaft
  3. Place the rotation rims between the 2 shaft cones - held perfectly flat/true by the spring force - if the prop has blockers/luggs then ream them out first with a reamer
  4. Place the prop and balancer shaft onto the wheels of the balancer
  5. ensure nothing is binding - the prop should rotate freely with the tinniest force ; stop the prop then set it to 45°
  6. one blade will go to the bottom ; or the prop will hang level - both cases the prop is out of balance
  7. the prop blade at the bottom is heavier - mark it and add a small amount of balance tape to the top blade (the lighter one/side opposite)
  8. rotate the prop to the 45° postions - ie top left - top right - bottom left - bottom right - it should stay perfectly still and not move at any position
  9. add or remove tape to achieve a balance
  10. if the prop always stops dead level - parallel to the table top - then the prop is balanced in one dimension (lengthwise along the prop) but not in 2 dimensions as it should
  11. in this instance you must add tape to the upper (lighter side) of both blades - or carefully scrape away material with a razor blade on the two bottom sides - be sure not to effect the aerofoil itself
  12. Usually for a given injection molded prop - the imbalance is the same - or near - for all replicants

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