DEAR TANKCOPTER DRONE FANS

 

Apologies for the silence since the last update.

After the last prototype testing: we had to modify the design of the back arms, change the gear ratio and apply few modifications to the internal structure. Now drone performs as it should, therefore the R&D stage is over and now we are facing tooling stage!

In order to do so we have few things on the way, first most important we had to draft the OEM contract that we hope to sign soon with the factory. Before that, we have to visit the factory, confirm price and quality. Then we can move to tooling phase and first batch production, certification and finally to product shipment 🙂 Hopefully short, successful crowdfunding campaign on the way ( on Indiegogo or Kickstarter ).

Thank you for being with us, we are closer and closer to the shipment day!

Below are pictures of the last prototype, sorry for not finished, bad painting, the final item will look much better( like the rendering at the top).

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  • James DeRusso
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    Thanks for the update, I have already invested in this
    so really excited to see it coming along.
    Please keep the updates coming. Jim

  • Facundo Rovera
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    Hi, I’m 15 years old and I’m from Argentina, I would like to have this drone because it would help me in the studio since I’m electronic and I find your work interesting. I follow them for a long time and I am interested in their work so I can apply it in my studies. And in the future we can work or market your company. I have no problem how long it can take. From already thank you very much. Facundo Rovera, ArgentinaHi, I’m 15 years old and I’m from Argentina, I would like to have this drone because it would help me in the studio since I’m electronic and I find your work interesting. I follow them for a long time and I am interested in their work so I can apply it in my studies. And in the future we can work or market your company. I have no problem how long it can take. From already thank you very much. Facundo Rovera, Argentina.

  • Physicstech2
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    Thank you so much for paying attention to all of those pesky mechanical details. It will all pay off in the end once people start seeing the reliability. I will continue to monitor progress, and will eventually get in the queue for a purchase. I am in no hurry as the product will be targeted to my grandchildren.

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