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    The new AIMDROIX EVO ONE frame

    Hi everyone,

    Here is the new frame that I have been working on. Since last year, I innovated the market with the first option for DJI compatible aluminum arms that provided a solution to improve the performance of multirotors by increasing the length and stiffness of the arms, thus giving better flight performance. I then wanted to develop a full frame around the already successful AIMDROIX arm design. So here is the AIMDROIX EVO ONE Airframe.

    AIMDROIX EVO ONE Y6
    http://www.aimdroix.com/product%20copy.html


    AIMDROIX EVO ONE QUAD
    http://www.aimdroix.com/product.html







    If you are interested you can pre order now. Expected shipping is 10/3/14.

    Feel free to ask any questions.

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    Testing testing, 1.2.3 Anybody see this post?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hpcoolahan View Post
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    My only comments are they look like shiny computer rendered images, rather than photos of an actual assembled product - and could those aluminium arms fall foul of bendgate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Davidson View Post
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    My only comments are they look like shiny computer rendered images, rather than photos of an actual assembled product - and could those aluminium arms fall foul of bendgate?

    here you can find posting that we have done during the development of the new frame. https://www.facebook.com/aimdroix

    I'm working on getting nice pictures of the frame.

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    ,very nice, so from a quick read you can fit 14'' props, a g3 gimbal, and fly for up to 40 minutes? what battery/motor combination have you tested and any vids yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Farmernz View Post
    ,very nice, so from a quick read you can fit 14'' props, a g3 gimbal, and fly for up to 40 minutes? what battery/motor combination have you tested and any vids yet?
    I have been testing 360kv motors with two 3s 5,200 batteries in series (6s) and I'm getting close to 20 minutes of hovering on the y6 configuration and close to 25 with a Y4. On the quad, I have tested with motors that I had laying around, 800kv with 11in props and as single 3300mah 4s batteries and I'm getting about 15 minutes. You can fit a 6s 10,000mah battery like this one http://www.readymaderc.com/store/ind...oducts_id=2328, under the bottom plate and that will give you a plenty of flight time. I will upload videos this weekend . I really like the idea of a Y4 but there are no high end controllers that accept this configuration from what I have seen. I tried to use an apm 2.5 with the y6b config and just removing the front lower motors but it does not fly well.

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    Here is a short video of the Y6. I'm working on new videos.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Hs8...ature=youtu.be

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    looks good, looking forward to seeing footage.

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