April 26, 2019
H4 Alien 680mm quadcopter build and review – Stripping the frame [Part 1]
On this video we strip down the H4 680mm Alien quadcopter body to save lots of probably the most quantity of weight as attainable. Within the subsequent elements of this video collection begin …
Hello could you PLEASE give me every single part's measurements and upclose view? I am really desperate at this point, i have to model this for my project that means a big deal in the future of my education,i would appreciate it Very very much!!
i'm trying to build exactly the very same h4 Alien quadcopter like yours! because it look great and seems to fly well. Now to my question, should i go for 6s and 380 kv motors, instead for the 4s like yours, or its that a overkill? what size should the battery have to get about 30 min flytime?
Many kind regards from a beginner! / magnus
I think i will buy this frame for my AUAV-2…looks nice
I have enjoyed your videos on the Tarot 650. I am ordering one of these as I travel a lot and it seems like I can fit everything with radios and everything in a case I can take on board the airlines. BTW, I have found another source of this quadcopter frame at:
75grams? Wow… That is so many things. More weight than a gopro- the combined weight of a 2.4 vtx, fpvcam, and antenna with room to spare.
I have to wonder why Alien added those components if it is subjective on how much integrity it adds. I am currently repurposing all my electronics from a Tarot 680 Ironman Hexarotor since it crashed and the frame was so flimsy I didn't want to go back to it (the only real damage from a 100 foot fall was to the frame)
I went with the new Aimdroix Evo One pro frame (currently editing a build video on it for uploads- but it will never be as clean and slick as your video as I am a slob)
I do like this frame for a future X8 build- and what I liked was that extra reinforcement compared to the Tarot. Finding a large X8 frame is very limited right now- Foxtech, Alien, and a handful of others dabble in them, but the really good stuff is still on drawing boards and in R&D