PART 06: PROPELLERS & PROP GUARDS
Step 1: Identifiying [A] and [C] propellers
Each set of propellers contains two A propellers and two C propellers. Because the motors spin in different directions, the propellers must be designed differently to provide lift. If you lay the propellers on the table, the right blade of an A propeller will twist toward you, and the left blade will twist away. The right blade of a C propeller will twist away from you, and the left blade will twist toward you. Once you have identified each of the propellers lay them next to the correct motors. It is also possible that your A motors will have a silver center, or that they will be labeled underneath with an A.
Propellers “snap” onto the corresponding motor.
When “snapping” propellers into place, make sure to press the center point in a gentle but firm manner.
Step 2: Propeller [A] Installation
Attach [A] propellers to the corresponding [A] motors.
Step 3: Propeller [C] Installation
Attach [C] propellers to the corresponding [C] motors.
Step 4: Propeller Orientation Test
To check if the propellers are properly installed, hold the drone from the side with the leds of the drone facing to your right. Align the propellers, so that the propellers are parallel to each other but perpendicular to the airframe and top body panel. With the propellers aligned, look at the inside blades (the blade closest to the drone body). The inside blades should be sloped upward towards the drone body. If you imagine the blade slopes extending, the slopes of the blades should form a mountain or triangle.
Note: Misoriented propellers will cause the drone to behave erratically.
Step 5: Prop Guard Installation
Each prop guard has a clip located at the end with  holes. Attach one prop guard to each arm of the airframe making sure the holes snap into the airframe's corresponding connections.
A body (such as an airplane wing or propeller blade) designed to provide a desired reaction force when in motion relative to the surrounding air
The Airframe is the main body of the drone that every other component attaches to
Anti-Clockwise (or Counter Clockwise) [A] motion is one that proceeds in the opposite direction as a clock's hands
Energy source used to supply power to the drone
Clockwise [C] motion is one that proceeds in the same direction as a clock's hands
Firmware is permanent software programmed into a read-only memory
The mechanism that allows for different position of the camera on the drone
a miniaturized version of the Universal Serial Bus interface which enables the direct charging of the drone's battery
A motor is powered by electricity that supplies motive power for moving parts
A Printed Circuit Board is a board design with a base board and copper traces to maintain connectivity between electronic components such as LED's, integrated circuits, and resistors for your devices
A differece in angle between the blade at its tip, and at the point where it meets the propller hub
Mechanical device for propelling an aircraft or boat, consisting of a revolving shaft with two or more broad, angled blades attached to it
PARROT MAMBO BUILD [DO IT YOURSELF]
PART 01: UNBOXING
PART 02: INSTALLING THE MOTORS
PART 03: PCB [PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD]
PART 04: ATTACHING MOTORS TO PCB
PART 05: BODY PANELS
PART 06: PROPELLERS & PROP GUARDS
PART 07: BATTERY & BATTERY CHARGER
PART 08: FIRMWARE UPDATE