The Q680 V3 is a well thought out 680mm quadcopter frame built from quality materials. The main frame is glass fiber while the arms are constructed from ultra durable polyamide nylon.
This version 3 of the Q680 features integrated PCB connections for direct soldering of your ESCs. This eliminates the need for a power distribution board or messy multi-connectors, keeping your electronics layout very tidy. V3 also comes with stronger molded arms, so no more arm breakage at the motor mount on a hard landing.
Assembly is a breeze with pre-threaded brass sleeves for all of the frame bolts, so no lock-nuts are required. It utilizes one size of bolt for the entire build, making the hardware very easy to keep in order and only requiring one size of hex wrench to assemble.
The added lift capacity of a quad configuration makes this frame ideal for carrying payloads such as camera systems and other electronic components. This makes for an exceptional camera rig or simply a very agile and powerful multi-rotor frame.
The Q680 also features colored arms (2 white and 2 red) which are great for orientation. It helps to keep you flying in the right direction without the need for different colored props.
We offer a full line of multi-rotor electronics such as multi-rotor control board, ESC & motors. It has never been easier or more affordable to get a quadcopter in the air!
• Built from quality glass fiber and polyamide nylon.
• Integrated PCB connections for direct soldering of your ESCs
• Larger main frame plates for higher carrying capacity
• Pre-threaded brass sleeves for all of the frame bolts.
• Colored arms for orientation to keep you flying in the right direction.
• Mounting tabs on the main frame bottom plate for easy camera mounting.
• Ideal for carrying larger payloads such as camera systems and other electronic components.
• Easy assembly
Weight: 560g (Without electronics)
Motor Mount Bolt Holes: 16/19/25mm
4 x 22~35mm 600~1000kv (or similar size/kv)
4 x 30 Amp ESC (Recommend 30A OPTO)
1 x Multi-Rotor Control Board (Recommend KK2.15)
1 x 2200~3300mAh 3s 11.1v LiPoly battery
Not a bad frame at all. Frame is very durable, and includes all the screws, though some of the screws are a little tight of a fit out of the package. Also, the 2 white arms were dyed an off-pink from contact with their red counterparts. with the addition of some 3d printed parts, listed here (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:866872) I created a very functional quad with a 45 minute endurance.nice light waight framearms are very solid but very heavy also. you definitely wont see them breaking anytime soon. if anything, the center glass fiber pieces are probably the weak points instead in this frameMy frame arrived yesterday. Quite a bit larger than I imagined. All bolts are supplied so it assembles easily. Bolts are supplied even for the engine mounts. The bolts have a small hex/Allen key head which I think will round easily. The arms are quite stiff but also fairly heavy. I think the weakest point is the fiberglass centers. once they fracture the whole would be useless. I hope there are spares. The power distribution board looks ok if a bit thin. The only negatives are no mounting holes for flight controllers and no obvious battery mounting points. LiPo will have to double as landing gear.