The AirFrame AF4-350-3D is a small quadrocopter with a diagonal axis-center distance of 350mm.
The entire copter in its basic version consists of no more than seven CNC-milled carbon plates of the highest quality that are connected by only 12 screws. This makes the copter extremely lightweight at only 120g (excluding the rubber elements that come with it) while maintaining highest possible stability. Two breadboards – 45 x 45mm and 30.5 x 30.5mm – also allow for the integration of mini control systems such as the NAZE32 by AbuseMark or the NanoWii by Flyduino.
This copter was mainly designed for sophisticated acrobatic flights, including 3D mode, and will even be able to survive crashs at a very high velocity without parts being damaged. If an arm or a centerplate does happen to get damaged it is no problem to order a single replacement piece.
We recommend that especially beginners or lesser experienced pilots opt to install the motor protective plates (AF4-350-3D-MPP) that can easily be removed again at any time.
Four optionally mountable supporting feet (AF4-350-3D-LLG) are also part of the system and offer support during take off and landing.
Subsequently we listed some exemplary components of an airworthy AirFrame AF4-350-3D.