Frame comes as shown with arms rear boom rear block fiberglass pivot and retainer Colet screws nuts all assembled.
This is the Simple T Copter
Frame weight is 7.0oz
Arms are 12” in length
See bottom youtube video to see vidio i shot with this T copter.
We have built in a recessed area for your control board. This cleans up the install and protects the board from impact
The high KV (1300-1400) of the motors and small props (8x4) rotate at tremendous speeds. Any vibrations generated will have a very high frequency which the GoPro won't detect. With the Frame being made of wood and ply wood, more vibrations are dampened, resulting in a jitter and rolling shutter free video.
One shortcoming is the relatively short flight duration of around 7 minutes fully loaded with a 2200mah 4S LiPo.
RCtimer 28-30 1300kv (lower quality)
HP2812-1300kv from rctimer (medium quality)
Sunnysky 2212 1400kv (best quality)
Super simple 18-20 (3 cell only) good for starting out
Plush 30 (3 or 4 cell) very good
Flashed F30A (3 or 4 cell) best
Hobbyking KK2 board
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Posted by Thomas on 2nd Aug 2014
Lovely little frame. Fairly easy to make but why not support the creator and get an original? Great size, well thought out design. Packed nicely & arrived in the UK 1 week 3 days after ordering.
Posted by Michel De Meyer on 22nd Jul 2014
came in the mail today, the frame looks great. will start the assembly immediately. Really happy with communication and fast delivery to Europe (read Belgium), 12 days to be exact. Will buy again...
Posted by JOHN ALAIMO on 27th Jun 2014
this copter is great I have a tricopter and a quadcopter this flies much better than any of them
Posted by bruce on 7th Apr 2014
Airplane guy for 25 years, wanted to try something different. A buddy gave me a 7 year old heli,decided that it wasn't worth the cost and effort to make it fly. Started getting interested in multirotors. Loved the configuration of the "T". Poked around a bit. Found Simplecopter. Got one. Very nice frame, worth every cent, ideal for what I want. Which is something I can learn on, if and when I crash wood is always fixable.
i ascertained that to make it fly again would be
Posted by Ben Warren on 24th Mar 2014
This is a great frame kit that is well made well thought out and at a great price.
If you follow the suggested specs with the sunnkysky 1400kv motors and use the KK2.1 FC with steveis firmware you will have a GREAT flying machine. For the money this set up CAN NOT be beat.
I am very impressed and very pleased with my purchase, you couldn't scratch build one for less money. Just buy the kit and save the time and hassle!!
Can you tell i really like my Simple TCopter kit?
Posted by Steve on 4th Mar 2014
I just finished my build last night and love the way the t-copter flies. So far no crashes, but I am sure it won't be long (just means I am not trying hard enough). Nice design and build quality. The build video was great as well, it only took a couple of hours to build from scratch. The hardest part was waiting for the components to arrive. I am looking forward to getting my flash hardware to update the KK2.1 with newer firmware. Thanks again Matt.
Posted by Jason Pratt on 2nd Mar 2014
I put this frame through a *lot* learning to fly in the alley next to my office, is tough as hell. Super performant, really cool, easy to repair.
Posted by Greg Goodwin on 7th Feb 2014
Posted by Unknown on 31st Jan 2014
I have flown fixed wing R/C planes for over 25 years but never got into any type of rotor wing until now. Matt's Tcopter has been my first experience with this type of aircraft and thanks to his product, build videos and quick responses to questions after the sale the build and initial flights have been surprisingly straight-forward. With the newer KK2 board's self-level feature you don't need any prior rotor wing experience to successfully fly one of these. I'm hooked and now looking forward to enjoying this whole new (to me) branch of the hobby! Thanks again Matt for "demystifying" multirotor aircraft and putting out such a great product!
Posted by Greg Huddleston on 13th Dec 2013
I had complete success with Matt's Tricopter, so I just finished a T-copter. Construction was simple and quick and the main frame has plenty of room for mounting components. Both fly with the KK2 board flashed with 1.6++ and the SL mixing mode makes recovery after flips and rolls very easy. I think the Tricopter can fly a little more aggressive, but the T-copter has easier visual orientation - - especially with LED's at night. I also like using cable ties for the front arm pivot restraint, and they will break free on impact. Just follow Matt's construction video, and you will have a great flying and durable T-copter.
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