Elba Drone Video Production: Many thanks friend!!
Dynex Hobby: Hmmm, static balancing like this may not always work. You definietly need to dynamically balance the motor bell. There can be other issues to consider such as coupled unbalanced where an unbalance at one end creates vibration on the opposite end.
LuRoyale: where can we buy the threaded tube to attach to the motors?
Flyingwigs: not the best way to balance a motor as you can see in the video that the rotor is not spinning true with that tube screwed on. much easier to do this by running the motor with some tape in different spots, each time finding where its better or worse.
minhmeoquay: dang, ur too good.
Ozzy3333333: did you check the shaft was balanced w/o the motor?
Les Limback: Very helpful if I get into professional video. The less the vibrate, the less the edit. Did you ever the notorious fly away?
Павел Л: you should show buzz on table before balancing to compare
L BS: any improvement in flying?
Damian Thomas: thanks man. so much to learn to get your DJI right
peterev: Hmm, this won't method work with the LH V1.1.1 motors as the shafts are threaded left and right but good video..
Arin Artounian: Great Vid, thanks for posting. Going to have to wait for someone to make a batch of rods with CW and CCW female threads. The Reverse of what i just purchased off this member. DJI Self Tightening Prop Balancer
Steven Kjeldgaard: Very cool and informative video. Great information to get things tweaked and peaked! Thanks much!
Zbip57: It's possible. Check your props are balanced. That makes the biggest difference. Then check the motors for balance. I only discovered much later that one of the three blades of the stock camera mount had cracked right through. I still had noticeable jello whenever giving full power. It's gone completely now that I have the Zenmuse H3-2D gimbal with its rubber isolation mounts.
nzhuntahr: Would the motor shaft bend from a 50ft fall.Seem to have jello now after power failure.Landed hard ,took off without checking nuts,nut came off landed hard again.Check out my after failure vid.Accidently deleted actual failure :-(
Zbip57: Uh, ya. Those would be the "fancy new motors" I referred to in my previous post. I posted this video more than five months ago back in April, when Phantoms had only RH threaded prop shafts. You'll have to figure out your own method for balancing the new LH threaded motors, and for balancing the new-style props with the nuts embedded in them.
Mitchell Peterson: The new phantoms come w lh and rh threaded motors.
Zbip57: You guys with the fancy new motors will have to figure that one out for yourselves. My original Phantom has all RH threaded motors. I don't understand the need for LH threads. My stock DJI props are keyed and can't turn on the shaft. Simply snug down the prop nuts and nothing moves. The newest version has the prop nuts embedded in the propeller. How are you supposed to balance those props Einstein?