身高：58毫米 W / O蟹齿轮，138毫米蟹齿轮
重量：390克 （W /包括蟹中期升降齿轮）
Eu comprei esse frame, e coloquei 4 motores sunnysky , com esc afro de 30 amp aqui da HC, usando hlice 10x4. Ficou muito bom e econmico com 4s 5800mha. Tem espao ate pra uma bateria de 4s 10amp.O quadricptero com baterias 4s 5800, fica muito estvel e muito bonito no cu. ja com a 10amperes 4s, da uma tremida pra decolar mas voa direitinho. voa meia hora. eu vou comprar outro..muito bom..I bought this for a school project (my daughter's). It delivered on every promise. It is robust, easy to see and easy to build on- we customized some of the structure, and added a 3rd platform for components, but it was easy to construct- went together with no problems and has held up well to new pilot abuse.At First, My quad (wight: 1750g) works perfectly with this frame for ~10 flights..After that It was crashed on coconut tree, the frame was not broken, but some arm had very light bend. after check and repaired the vehicle, I armed again..it is jerking/vibrating more and fly uncontrollable and soon get crash heavily...the vibration problem is not fixed yet..It was the problem of frame..more flexing after a single crash..so vibrating more when armed at 60pcnt throttle.. So I am not recommending this frame anymore..Nice and strong frame, definetly would buy it again! It's a little flexible, so when you crash it doesn't brake. Still it's strong enough to fly stable. It's hard to fit a camera gimbal under the frame. Most are to large.This framework is not good for anything , bend , vibrate too much, in short words is not quality for Hobyy king , if you have nice quality stuff please do not put them on saleI have ordered these and he's very bad holes do not come out of the schroedraad. wire ends wont come loose and the holes are full of plastic I have the set immediately thrown in the garbage.
HK must keep better controlVelmi odoln rm proti pokozen, ale jeliko je mkk, jsou zde do urit mry problmy s kmity a vybracemi.The Z600 is a nice, fairly robust frame. There are some issues with regard to alignment of the arms as I found that the motors when mounted were not straight. Also, be careful tightening the M3 bolts into the brass inset bushes used to connect the arms to the glass fibre plates. These can easily be stripped; so don't tighten them too hard and make sure you use loctite. HK do sell replacement crab-gear struts for this frame but for some reason, these are in various colours other then black (not that it's a problem). It would have been nice to have a third frame tier, or at least stand-offs provided for a power distribution board to clean up the "dirty" frame area. If you intend to use the crab gear, you will need to think about the area this consumes on the lower mounting plate front/rear extensions; especially if you want to mount a camera or anything else in these areas. I'm just waiting on stock now to buy another for spare parts. Hope this helps someone.Good frame if you're willing to put some work into it. First off I had to get M3 x 8 screws to mount the motors. A bit of a pain since these screw sizes are kind of an odd ball screw in the USA. Second when the motors where mounted I noticed they were not level so after 30 min with a bubble-leveler and some plastic shim stock I got that straightened out. After all that it flew great using the KK2.1.
So basically you get what you pay for. Its a cheap frame you can throw motors onto and it will work, just not very well. If you put in a little time leveling everything you'll be much happier with it. My only complaint is that it doesn't have a PCB base.Nice frame... But need M3 x 10 for motor screw