Just minutes after posting my previous blog entry, the postman arrived with the PCBs. A couple of hours later, Zoe the Zero was built.
And within a few minutes of that, she’d passed her initial pre-flight tests: an unpowered flight to check the sensors were working as expected, and a powered test to check the PWM, ESCs and propeller rotation.
All that’s left now is to tighten up all the nuts and bolts, and see how she flies!
I’ve put the Eagle board design and gerber files of the PCB on GitHub.