Whoopee is probably the best thing I have created with my 3D printer so far :) It flies really really well indoor, and it’s not hard to build.
Tiny Whoop became very popular in recent months, so we jumped onto the hype train, and looked into how to build a Tiny Whoop Inductrix micro quad :)
I needed a frame to test BLHeli_S and the Hibernagen Menel X 5 looks like a good frame for the task. It has a minimalist design and very light weight. In this review/build log we will look into the goods and bads.
Most of my flight time was spent on flying FPV, and my LOS (line of sight) skill is terrible. So I decided to build a LOS quadcopter to practice with.
Armattan’s done an excellent job developing both the F1 series and Fusion 5 frames. It’s great to have the opportunity to review the limited edition frame from Armattan, the “Fusion 5”. At the moment, there’s only 7 of these frames that went into production, let’s compare it to the F1-5 acro frame.
In this article we will have a look at the Alien 6″ mini quad frame. The Alien is probably one of the most popular frames currently and loved by many top FPV pilots. We will find out what you get for paying premium price, and walk you through how we built it.
Because of the lack of suitable radio receiver (always out of stock), my brushed micro quadcopter build with the Lulfro FC was left unfinished in my spare box. But finally I found a good RX alternative that fits perfectly in a micro quad, and here I share how it was completed.
Here is a review of the the Airblade Assault 130mm – a brushless micro quad frame. We will also show you how we built the frame and how she flew.
This time we are building a micro quad using MultiFlite’s Nano-B flight controller, and the Polycarbonate micro frame from Team JollyRC. I love the stackable modules, and this brushed FC can run RGB LED and buzzer.
ZMR-X210 features an X design which is currently the most popular mini quad layout. This mini quad frame has nothing like the old ZMR250 and it was created from the ground up.