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Hi all,

I'm currently working on a project where I am making a quadcopter.  This copter only needs to be able to lift off the ground for a few seconds and then set down safely.  I am currently using a Chip Kit Max32 and will be controlling the 4 motors with a motor driver.  What is the easiest way I can program this and set it up to give me my desired results?  Thanks a lot for all your help.
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What is the easiest way I can program this and set it up to give me my desired results?
Perhaps your local Ford dealer could help. Why would you ask questions about some non-Arduino board here?
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The code is similar!  Some of the autonomous code I have written for Arduino actually runs better on a ChipKit because it's faster.  You can change the loop delay and everything else works.
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