Like you guys I will also be building up some Classic-Narrow-5V FC's, but I have also been working on developing a board file from the first schematic that Alienwii released just prior to these three boards becoming available. This was the last production release from Alienwii, the Classic-Narrow-3.3V the board that we all know and love. This is still a work in progress for me as I have never done an Eagle project quite as involved as this and there is a lot of potential for things to go wrong during the prototyping process. This particular board being the first one that I have had fabricated has undersized traces for VCC going between the four motors. I think that I can work around this by using some external wiring to "beef" up these traces until I can finalise the version 2 board ready for fabrication in the new year. This also being my first attempt at SMD soldering, aside from soldering one mosfet onto a practise PCB with hot air, it didn't go so well. There is some bridging on the gyro, voltage regulator and Atmega which I have tried to clean up with flux and solder wick but that hasn't gone so well
Anyway I will soldier on with it all and am just posting this to show the failures as well as the successes being experienced by the group members in our quest to build the great Wii / Flight FC's. Regarding the name that I choose for my board, it was not right for me to call it anything Alienwii related and I was encouraged by the Alienwii creator to quote "Make it yours, call it something new, and put your name on it" which is what I have done by calling it the Pedrowii_CC to honour both it's Alienwii heritage and the generous release of all these files under the Creative Commons umbrella.
UPDATE - Once i had actually successfully built and flown these FC's there is no issue with undersized VCC traces at all. I have extensively flown a number of these FC''s with 8.5mm motors and have had no issues at all which is great news.
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