The diameter from motor to motor is 120 mm and the frame fits 65mm props.
Designing, prototyping and an important part of the manufacture process has taken place in switzerland.
The RiskiX frame weights about 8g naked and 16g with its 3D printed compontents.
The Babytooth is designed to hold a lipo on top of the frame. This is common for freestyle frames to get a perfect COG on the propellers plane for optimal flight characteristics.
The Lipo mount on top is mounted by a single screw and lets you swap your lipos just by sliding the in and out of the mount. There are different files for 2S and 3S Lipos.
The Babytooth features a trueX layout which means that the distance from motor to motor is the same for all of them.
The C arms of the frame allow for a simple replacement procedure in case something breaks.
The TPU in front can take nano cameras as well as common aio (cam+vtx) modules. You can either mount the camera with screws or a snug in mechanism for the lens.
The frame is easily put together thanks to the use of pressnuts. These M2 pressnuts feauture a great surface contact area and are already inserted into the topplate.