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One of the best parts of being the owner of your own business is that you get to explore different avenues for product development. In this install I am looking at some open source hardware to build a quadcopter for possible resale/kitting in the near future. In this post I am showing the use of Makerbeam and Captain Kuk’s quadcopter controller. I have been a big fan of Makerbeam since its initial funding via Kickstarter and the delivery of my Beta kit. I have finally found a project where I have made good use of the Makerbeam that I have received to date. I still have many parts on order: radio, batteries, prop savers, etc. I’ll be sure to keep some updates going on the progress on this project.