New hexa- / octocopter carbon monocoque frames

I'd like to introduce you our new frames .. 
we have launch our brand new carbon fibre hexacopter and octocopter. 


FC6-900 - hexacopter, carbon monocoque , 900mm diameter , pluggable arms, dust- and rain proofed, weight without battery 1800g. max battery inside carbon monocoque 6s - 10.000 mah. 
flighttime with max. take of weight 5kg. - around 30 min!

FC8-1200 - octocopter, ( also available as x8 ) carbon monocoque, 1200mm diameter, pluggable , dust- and rain proofed, weight without battery 2600g
max battery inside carbon monocoque : 2 x 6s - 10.000 mah 
flighttime with take of weight 8000g, around 20 min.


MADE IN GERMANY!



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Comment by benbojangles on March 15, 2016 at 7:46am

Very Beautiful engineering!

Comment by DG on March 15, 2016 at 9:35am

Is it available? Cost?

Comment by Dronin on March 15, 2016 at 9:37am

amazing! Ya, cost? When and where can I buy one?

Comment by vorney thomas on March 15, 2016 at 10:29am

hi ,

you should leave some link to your website for the details of this new shape frame.

or you might post some specification or introduction about this frame.

Comment by Sascha Helle on March 15, 2016 at 10:48am

hi folks, 

thanks for your amazing comments. 
we will updated our website - www.flightcopter.com - at the moment to put some more details about our new  frames on it.

you can buy  it here - the first batch will be ship in around 3 weeks. 
but you must be hurry up!

we have yet some special prices for limited time :

hexacopter - only frame - : 2499 €, excl. vat 

octocopter - only frame - 3199€ excl. vat. 


everything is prepared - so you can build the uav in a very short time. 


we only use high quality material from industry. 

if you need further information, let me know!

Comment by Fnoop on March 15, 2016 at 10:59am

EEK!  Lovely, very lovely but yegods that's expensive.  If you ever have a 95% sale let us know :)

Comment by Sascha Helle on March 15, 2016 at 11:01am

yes, a lot of details, a lot high quality, and no cheap materials. 
eveything rock solid. and a lot of excelent details. 

but not for everyone, yes that is true !

Comment by John Dennings on March 15, 2016 at 11:58am

Eye watering ... And the detachable  arms are a major plus ...

Would be nice if you could provide English subtitles  in your youtube videos ...   ;) and more details on the arms/center plate electrical connections.

Comment by Euan Ramsay on March 15, 2016 at 12:39pm

Btw - how are you managing the thermal load of the 6 ESC's, FC, BEC's, VTX and battery? I can't see any heatsinks on yours (Ours are built into the leg mounts).

Comment by Sascha Helle on March 15, 2016 at 12:41pm

I am sorry  some of the technical Details are our secret 

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