- Thick CA glue with CA accelerator is an excellent choice for quick repairs.
- Ensure mounting holes are flat using a reamer, hobby knife or hand file.
- For extra fast racing, use a heat gun to angle forward the rear arms.
Super Simple Mini Spider-Hex Pro (SpiderHex PRO)
$39.00 – $64.00
SKU: SSHEX_PRO Categories: Discontinued, Multicopter Frames Tags: axial, frame, h frame, hex, hexacopter, mini, multicopter, simple, spider, standard, super, uas
This 300mm, 145 gram mini multicopter frame is the culmination of the entire Super Simple series of 3D printed multicopter frames. It is designed to be minimal in complexity and suitable for FPV flying. Carefully designed and cast from a high-strength polyurethane resin, the SpiderHex PRO exhibits just enough flexibility to absorb common impacts, while providing convenient mounting options at a reduced weight. The two-part axial structure of the frame prevents side impact forces from shearing the arms off in a rolling crash. This frame is designed to support many standard flight controllers including 45x45mm (KK2, Crius, Megapirates, etc..) and 30x30mm (CC3D, Naze32, PX4, etc…). ** Dark-grey Stealth fiber-glass infused frame is cast from a high-strength polyurethane with glass fiber elements, adding both strength and a unique appearance. Build Tips:
KK2, Crius SE, Crius AIOP, MultiWii, CC3D, Naze32, Flip, PX4
Afro 12A, RCX 10A, Plush 12A, F-12A
1300~2200mAh 3S LiPo
Tiger MN-1806, RCX 1804, Sunnysky X2204, (2x 12-16mm M2 or 2x 16mm M3)
5030 2-Blade, 5030 3-Blade, APC 5545
(4) 5.6x14mm M3 Nylon Spacers, (4) M3 Nylon Nuts, (4) M3x8mm Nylon Bolt, (8) M2x10mm or (8) M3x10mm Bolts, Zip Ties
ReadyMadeRC Pico-Wide Camera, Sony Super HAD 600TVL Camera, FrSky D4R-II, FrSky V8FR, FrSky Delta-8
1 review for Super Simple Mini Spider-Hex Pro (SpiderHex PRO)
$19.00 – $27.00
$19.00 – $36.00
I’ve gotten the discontinued version of this frame and I can say that this is really bang for buck when it comes to durability and all sorts of mods to personalise the frame. It stymied me at first as to why the two halves would not sit perfect at the dove tail joint. Some minor filing with a jewellers file set and PVC pipe glue (works just as well as nail polish remover mixed with ABS shavings). the frame needed some sanding to make it aesthetically “correct” but minor detail. Flown this hex purely L.O.S (working on F.P.V budget hahaha) with Naze32(Acro and Full version), 10A RCX esc’s and 1806 RCX motors (non pan-cake looking ones) with 5″ Carbon Props, FrSky D4R-II receiver and 4000Mah Zippy Compact 3Cell 25C batteries. 3 Months into my purchase and I am happy as can be. If the frame ever gives out on me, I coming straight here for a frame. Cheers and stay stoked!