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Hobbyking™ Titus-600 Carbon Fiber Tri-copter Frame With Integrated PCB

Hobbyking™ Titus-600 Carbon Fiber Tri-copter Frame With Integrated PCB

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The HobbyKing Titus-600 is perfect for Tri-copter fans that are screaming out for something a little bigger!

The Titus is a high quality 600 size multi-rotor frame like no other, with its genuine high quality carbon fiber and aluminum construction, the integrated tail servo mount is CNC cut from high grade aluminum and is dual ball raced which provides super smooth operation and yaw response.

The Titus-600 is packed with features which include an adjustable rear arm position, Integrated PCB distribution board, folding arms for easy transportation and storage, large T-shaped undercarriage for camera clearance / protection and built-in camera gimbal suspension rails.

The arms and main landing gear struts of the Titus-600 are manufactured from high quality 16mm carbon fiber tube, which provide excellent strength and durability, while the layout of the arms and size of the upper and lower main boards means there is plenty of space available for mounting electronics and your preferred flight controller.

Features:
• Super strong 16mm carbon fiber tubes provide excellent durability
• Integrated PCB distribution board
• Adjustable rear arm length
• Folding arms for easy transportation and storage
• Dual ball raced yaw servo system for super smooth operation and response
• Large T-shape landing provides protection for FPV camera systems
• Frame provides ample mounting space for flight controllers and electronics
• Built-in camera gimbal suspension rails
• Supports Y3 tri-copter mode
• Supports KK, MWC, APM flight controllers

Specifications:
Diameter: 600mm (adjustable)
Weight: 450g
Height: 248mm
Assembled Landing Gear Width: 305mm

Requires:
10-15 inch props
3 x Motors (recommended 2212, 2216, 3108, 3110, 3508, 4108)
3 x 20~40 amp ESC's
Tri-copter capable flight controller
4 channel transmitter & receiver
3-4S LiPoly battery

  • SKU 9571000018-0
  • Brand HobbyKing
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight 860.0000
  • Length 330.00
  • Width 125.00
  • Height 180.00
  • Hobbyking™ Titus-600 Carbon Fiber Tri-copter Frame With Integrated PCB
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It seems nice and strong but don't use the provided servo if you want to have a good build.

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It seems nice and strong but don't use the provided servo if you want to have a good build.

ottimo telaio! veramente professionale ben costruito in tutti i suoi aspetti molto leggero e trasportabile! consigliato apm2.6

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ottimo telaio! veramente professionale ben costruito in tutti i suoi aspetti molto leggero e trasportabile! consigliato apm2.6

I decided to build my masterpiece using this frame. KK2 mini, Feiyutech Mini 2D gimbal with Turnigy HD 1080. Fat Shark FPV. Quanum 2217 800kv w/ 10x45 props and 4s battery. WOW! Best flier on my flight deck. Which includes 8 Tricopters and 3 quads.

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I decided to build my masterpiece using this frame. KK2 mini, Feiyutech Mini 2D gimbal with Turnigy HD 1080. Fat Shark FPV. Quanum 2217 800kv w/ 10x45 props and 4s battery. WOW! Best flier on my flight deck. Which includes 8 Tricopters and 3 quads.

Overall pretty good, and definitely good value for money. Integrated power distribution in the the frame is nice and it all goes together well. Instructions are hopeless, but it's not rocket science!

The good:
* Integrated Power Distribution work really well and is very well thought out with regards to folding design
* Very stable flight
* Yaw mechanism works beautifully

The bad:
* Clamping system for landing gear (bottom end) is malformed and puts uneven pressure on the (thin) CF tube, cracking it both sides
* Included servo is VERY cheap and lasted literally two flights before stripping the plastic gears. Buy yourself a nice metal gear drop in replacement...
* Figure 8 mounting mechanism for the yaw doesn't look particularly robust. Time will tell...

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Overall pretty good, and definitely good value for money. Integrated power distribution in the the frame is nice and it all goes together well. Instructions are hopeless, but it's not rocket science!

The good:
* Integrated Power Distribution work really well and is very well thought out with regards to folding design
* Very stable flight
* Yaw mechanism works beautifully

The bad:
* Clamping system for landing gear (bottom end) is malformed and puts uneven pressure on the (thin) CF tube, cracking it both sides
* Included servo is VERY cheap and lasted literally two flights before stripping the plastic gears. Buy yourself a nice metal gear drop in replacement...
* Figure 8 mounting mechanism for the yaw doesn't look particularly robust. Time will tell...

I just received this frame kit and have started building it.
It's very well made, all the parts fit nicely together, it is seriously strong and will be a very robust model. I have purchased a metal servo for the tail rotor just as a precaution. Great kit....good work Hobbyking.

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I just received this frame kit and have started building it.
It's very well made, all the parts fit nicely together, it is seriously strong and will be a very robust model. I have purchased a metal servo for the tail rotor just as a precaution. Great kit....good work Hobbyking.

What to say...
Wow..thats the real all-in-one word:
1. all tubes 3k carbon with nice finish
2. PDB integrated on downplate up- and downsided ( !!! )
3. motor-mount-frames out of nearly nylon-t70 plastic, very good quality
4. tail-mount and bearing "heavy-duty-style"
5. included servo is a yoke, but included
6. battery-holder is a yoke, just a 30x50mm pad
7. "Anti-twist-Arms"...ump...sorry, but with only 1side of a tube center-adjusted...nope
8. the screws....yes, like always the screws: better take from aftermarket...

After all: nice frame for the money with a wide range of units and setups possible

CoG of Tri:
line up front motors,
from that middle line down to rear motor,
from that distance 33 pcnt from front should be a valid base-value

Greedz JP

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What to say...
Wow..thats the real all-in-one word:
1. all tubes 3k carbon with nice finish
2. PDB integrated on downplate up- and downsided ( !!! )
3. motor-mount-frames out of nearly nylon-t70 plastic, very good quality
4. tail-mount and bearing "heavy-duty-style"
5. included servo is a yoke, but included
6. battery-holder is a yoke, just a 30x50mm pad
7. "Anti-twist-Arms"...ump...sorry, but with only 1side of a tube center-adjusted...nope
8. the screws....yes, like always the screws: better take from aftermarket...

After all: nice frame for the money with a wide range of units and setups possible

CoG of Tri:
line up front motors,
from that middle line down to rear motor,
from that distance 33 pcnt from front should be a valid base-value

Greedz JP

After some tuning, the following PI settings for the KK2.1.5 board work best for me.
Ail/Ele 45/100/12/20
Rud 40/20/20/10
SelfLevel 70/20

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After some tuning, the following PI settings for the KK2.1.5 board work best for me.
Ail/Ele 45/100/12/20
Rud 40/20/20/10
SelfLevel 70/20


I have replaced the standard feet with longer bamboo poles from the local garden centre, not much weight difference. I achieved a 19 minute hover time with a 5000MaH 4S Turnigy Hard Case battery. The tail movement is a little twitchy, I am trying to tune this out of the KK2.1 and have ordered a NAZE32 funfly board to see if it is better.

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I have replaced the standard feet with longer bamboo poles from the local garden centre, not much weight difference. I achieved a 19 minute hover time with a 5000MaH 4S Turnigy Hard Case battery. The tail movement is a little twitchy, I am trying to tune this out of the KK2.1 and have ordered a NAZE32 funfly board to see if it is better.

This is a nice tricopter frame, especially the rear motor yaw unit which is particularly good. The build is fairly straightforward, I have equipped it with three Multistar Elite 4006-740kv motors with 11x4.7 carbon props, a KK2.1 board, Afro SimonK 30A Escs and a Turnigy TGY-212DMH servo for the rear motor yaw mechanism. My only criticism of the frame is that, when fully equipped it can topple easily due to the fact that it is top heavy and the tubes for the feet are too short for good stability. I have added some longer cf tubes for the feet while I am getting it tuned. My first heavy landing damaged the base of the legs where they join the feet and I have had to tape them to secure (mea culpa). Overall it flies well and the motor & prop combo is nice & quiet with a 4S battery . I hope to add a brushless gimbal for aerial photography in the near future.

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This is a nice tricopter frame, especially the rear motor yaw unit which is particularly good. The build is fairly straightforward, I have equipped it with three Multistar Elite 4006-740kv motors with 11x4.7 carbon props, a KK2.1 board, Afro SimonK 30A Escs and a Turnigy TGY-212DMH servo for the rear motor yaw mechanism. My only criticism of the frame is that, when fully equipped it can topple easily due to the fact that it is top heavy and the tubes for the feet are too short for good stability. I have added some longer cf tubes for the feet while I am getting it tuned. My first heavy landing damaged the base of the legs where they join the feet and I have had to tape them to secure (mea culpa). Overall it flies well and the motor & prop combo is nice & quiet with a 4S battery . I hope to add a brushless gimbal for aerial photography in the near future.

Takes a bit to build this and the instructions are a bit hard to follow- if you assembled meccano as a kid then you'll have no problems. The quality is outstanding and everything fits like it should. I recommend upgrading the servo as many other people have said. I'm using the HK929MG servo and it works great.

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Takes a bit to build this and the instructions are a bit hard to follow- if you assembled meccano as a kid then you'll have no problems. The quality is outstanding and everything fits like it should. I recommend upgrading the servo as many other people have said. I'm using the HK929MG servo and it works great.

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