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    Pirx Mini Y4

    $ 30.92

    3D printed files:

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    Pirx Mini

    $ 31.04

    The Pirx Mini is a "no absurd" simple to build and easy to fly 3" FPV frame.

    It has enough space to carry a Caddx Vista or RunCam Link HD FPV link, 20x20 stack and z RX receiver. If you want to, you can build it with analog FPV no problem.

    Recommended setup:

    3D printed files:

    • FPV camera brackets https://social.thangs.com/m/327148
    • FPV antenna mount https://social.thangs.com/m/327147
    • Caddx Peanut mount https://social.thangs.com/m/327146
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    Pirx HD.7

    $ 78.58

    Additional 3D printed elements available here https://github.com/DzikuVx/pirx-frames/tree/master/pirx-hd-7/3dprint

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    Pirx 5

    $ 69.99

    After the success of Pirx Seven 7-inch quadcopter frame, ladies and gentlemen, I decided that I need something similar, but smaller. Still a dead-cat configuration, with plenty of space inside, but more suited for freestyle flight and using five and 5.1-inch propeller.  

    Pirx 5 Freestyle

    Pirx5 Freestyle was born!

    • Accepts ONLY micro size FPV cameras or Caddx Vista with DJI or Nebula camera
    • Designed for Analog FPV but accepts Caddx Vista digital FPV stack
    • 4mm arms and 4mm main deck
    • Accepts standard 30,5x30,5mm stack as well as 20x20mm mini-stack
    • Two additional mounting holes (30,5mm apart) for a half-stack like VTX in the rear
    • A reinforced front section that acts as a universal HD camera mount
    • 31mm between decks in the center section
    • 25mm between decks in front and rear sections
    • Designed to carry the LiPo battery on top, but it is possible to put a battery below the main deck
    • Dedicated slots for battery straps

    Required 3D prints

    Optional 3D prints

    Recommended hardware

    • Holybro Kakute F7 flight controller
    • Holybro Tekko32 4in1 ESC
    • iFlight XING 2306 NextGen motors 
    • Foxeer Toothless 2 FPV camera
    • Rush Tank Racing VTX
    • TBS Crossfire Nano or FrSky R9MM receiver
    • Foxeer Lollipop 3 5.8GHz antenna 

    Pirx 5 Freestyle FPV frame

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    Pirx 56 hexacopter

    $ 79.99

    5-inch hexacopter FPV drones never became a thing. If you want to build one yourself, only for fun, there is nothing on the market. At least until now, since I give you Pirx 56, the 5-inch FPV hexacopter frame that is designed for parts used on FPV quads! No special motors or flight controllers required! Get any Betaflight, INAV, or EmuFlight compatible flight controller with six motor outputs, 6 ESC, six motors, and six propellers, and you are ready to go!

    This frame accepts ONLY micro-sized FPV cameras like RunCam Micro Eage, Foxeer Toothless, and similar. 

    Armattan Productions does not offer 3D printed elements, so to finish your build you will need:

    Optionally, you might also need a:

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    Pirx Seven

    $ 85.00

    The Pirx Seven

    Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Pirx Seven! The 7-inch FPV frame designed in-house to give me, and you obviously, a versatile platform for long-range, cinematic takes and freestyle! 

    >> Full description, example videos reference setup and INAV tune <<

    Let's begin with the question: why did I have to design my own frame? There are plenty of good frames out there! True, there are good 7-inch frames, but all of them have some problems: props in the view, very little space inside, thin arms, asymmetrical arms, no place for a huge battery, limited accessories and dozens of other minor things.

    Pirx Seven overcomes some of them (creates a few others as well, but let's not shout about it) and truth to be told, it's the best 7-inch frame I own. After all, I designed it to solve problems I was having :)

    Important notes

    • FPV camera is mounted on 3D printed bracket by design! During the crash, it's better to break a small 3D printed element than an expensive camera
    • Verical plates in the front are tight fit by design and have to be precisely sanded/filed to fit slots in the the horizontal plates!
    • All M3 holes are tight fit by design as well!

    Features:

    • weights around 210g before equipment
    • dead cat setup, from and rear arms are fully interchangeable
    • 6mm arms are super stiff to shift the resonance frequency high enough to be filtered without interfering with flight performance
    • 4mm bottom plate and 2mm top plate are connected with 12 standoffs in total resulting in pretty nice structural strength and stiffness
    • accepts ONLY micro size FPV cameras as well as popular micro-split-like cameras like Caddx Tarsier or RunCam Hybrid 4K
    • will fit DJI FPV Air Unit and camera but there is no mount for the Air Unit ATM
    • 20x20mm holes in the front
    • 30,5x30,5mm and 20x20mm holes in the middle where the center of gravity meets the center of thrust
    • 30,5x30,5mm and 20x20mm holes in the rear section for any equipment you want
    • has a dedicated place for Matek Optical Flow & Lidar Sensor http://bit.ly/2SSpMcC
    • accepts LiPo on the top and on the bottom side as well. Top mount is recommended as it moves CoG closer to the thrust plane
    • variety of 3D printed accessories for cameras and antennas

    Does it fly? Yeap! Take a look at fly videos:

    More about the frame:

    Additional parts

    Since Armattan Productions does not offer 3D printing service, you will have to print some extra elements:

    Note that only FPV Micro Camera adapter is really required. All the rest are optional!

    Or you can download all STL files from here: http://bit.ly/2SPdpxW

    Pirx Seven for 8-inch props

    If you look for an 8-inch quadcopter, Pirx Seven has 8-inch arms as an optional accessory. Take a look here

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