The diameter from motor to motor is 220 mm and the frame fits 5.1“ props.
Designing, prototyping and an important part of the manufacture process has taken place in switzerland.
The SkeliX frame weights about 70g naked and 88g with its 3D printed compontents.
The Skeleton as a key design elements locks the arms in place and avoids any arm wiggle. The Flight controller stack is independent of the arm attachment.
The SkeliX features a StretchX layout for ulitmate Race experience. Hybrid configuration with 6" arms in the is also available!
The FPV antenna is perfectly protected by a 3D printed mount. This mount also serves as a fin for use of the turtle mode!
The skeleton features a slot to guide the battery strap in between the centerplates. This allows for easy and fast battery replacement.
The structure of the carbon pod is extremely strong. The pod can be flipped open by removing only two screws. The top part is mounted with flexible TPU to absorb some of the kinetic energy in crashes.
The camera protection is designed to hold and protect a micro camera. It is protected perfectly inside the carbon pod and a 3d printed mount. Various camera angles are supported.
The included Immortal T mount allows for a clean positioning of the RX Antenna.
There are slots in the back to allow a cable tie based strain relief for the XT60 connector. A capactitor can be attached in the back too.