LOoG Hex 001

By LOoG on Nov 20, 2018

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http://loyalorderofgoose.com/flying-things/multirotors/hexacopter-v1-build-final/
http://loyalorderofgoose.com/flying-things/multirotors/hexacopter-build-part-2/
http://loyalorderofgoose.com/flying-things/multirotors/hexacopter-build-part-1/

Its just a big and fun flyer meant to carry small sensor payloads. It manages flips and rolls, although I am not a good enough pilot to feel great about them. 20 minute Flight Times on a crappy 3000mah 3s. Lots of potential for this to fly longer and stronger.

There are additional custom fabricated parts and bits
$60 USD in carbon fiber plates 2mm and 3mm
$36 USD in carbon fiber 12mm tubes
$50 USD in Aluminum Hardware

If the base price included the custom frame stuff, it be $121 + $146 = $270

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recon   Dec 14, 2018  

Dope build bro!

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