I’m finally back from my travels and will now be able get started on the Baby Tricopter build and setup videos. But in the meantime to get the guys that already received theirs up in the air, here is a full build log of the Baby Tricopter. The 100 picture log should contain most information…
Time to build a Baby Tricopter. This is a 170mm motor to motor crazy 7:1 thrust to weight ratio beast of a tricopter. It’s small and durable and a real blast to fly. So lets get started. I’m going to built this baby tricopter (with F3FC + BabyPDB) together with the baby tricopter electronics pack. Before we start…
With David all the way across the big pond meeting some of you at FliteTest, this announcement has fallen on my shoulders, and will therefore be shorter and less descriptive than usual. Here goes: A new beast has hatched. Measuring 170mm motor to motor and weighing only 280 grams with electronics and FPV gear, the BabyTricopter…
Screw pack for the BabyTricopter: 5 M3*6 black buttonhead hex screws 4 M3*14 black buttonhead hex screws 1 M3 black locknut
Spare transmitter plate for the BabyTricopter Size 36x36mm with 30.5mm hole spacing. Made from 1mm thick black G10. Weight: 1.8g
Spare battery plate for the BabyTricopter. Made from 2mm thick 3K matte twill weave carbon fiber. Weight: 7.6g
Spare top plate for the BabyTricopter Made from 2mm thick 3K matte twill weave carbon fiber. Weight: 6.8g
Spare uniframe for the BabyTricopter Made from 3mm thick 3K matte twill weave carbon fiber. Weight: 43.2g
It’s finally here. 33 minutes of build video showing the whole build process of the Tricopter V4 with electronics kit. Enjoy!
In this video I show a bit more how to connect things on the F3FC Tricopter board. A complete build video for the Tricopter v4 is coming soon, in which more of the F3FC build is going to be shown. Sit tight, the video should be up next week.