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Maker Hangar Tricopter – Kit

4.50 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)



This tricopter kit accompanies the Maker Hangar 2 Series, it is a complete hardware and frame kit so you can build your own tricopter that is totally unique to you. It is made of laser cut plywood which is a natural vibration absorber which will help with video work. The kit includes a camera plate suspended by wire rope which will remove all vibrations from your videos. For build instructions Please go watch the Maker Hangar Series.

Electronics Are Not Included



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Kit Includes:

  • Laser cut Maker Hangar Tricopter parts
  • NEW!!! 3D Printed Tilting Tail

  • Carbon Hinge Pieces
  • 3 – 7/16” x 7/16” x 12” Oak Arms
  • 8 – M3x25mm Stainless Steel Bolts
  • 4 – M3x6mm Stainless Steel Bolts
  • 16 – M3x10mm Stainless Steel Bolts
  • 8 – M3x22mm Stainless Steel Bolts
  • 25 – M3 Lock Nuts
  • 16 – M3 Washers
  • 4 – 6-32 x 1.25 Standoffs
  • 4 – 6-32 Nylon Nuts
  • 4 – 6-32 x 3/8 Nylon Bolt
  • 20 – Black Cable Ties
  • 2 – M4 Washers
  • 2 – 2.5” x .047” Push Rods
  • 2 – Push Rod Easy Connectors
  • 2 – Velcro straps
  • 4 – 3” Wire Rope


  • 12 Minute Flight Time
  • Frame weight: 325 g
  • Flight Weight: 1 kg
  • Frame Compatible with with 8″-10″ props
  • Wire Rope Vibration Absorber
  • 22mm Size Motor Mounts

Electronics Are Not Included

3D Printed GoPro Case Not Included (But, will be available separately soon)

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Download all files related to the Maker Hangar Tricopter; such as PDF plans, Laser Cutter Layouts, and MWC Settings, here:


4 reviews for Maker Hangar Tricopter – Kit

  1. 4 out of 5

    I am totally new to flying helicopters and the only experience I have had is on those cheap helicopters from radio shack. The overall build was really easy to follow I only had trouble with the carbon rod for the tail motor. I glued it and when it touched the other part of the carbon piece it dried way to fast. screwing that up is a major issue because its an odd piece to find. I was able to work around my mistake and get it to work. Once the tricopter was built and configured I ended up crashing it allot. and overall its very repairable. The tail arm with the servo breaks by far the most. I have been able to fix it over and over again but the 7/16 dowel rods were a bad choice. I cant fint that size anywhere only 1/2 inch.
    I am very pleased with how it flies and its a major improvement over the radio shack helicopters. I’m giving 4 out of 5 stars because of the dowel rods and the tail in general. That piece just seems to be a weak point but I am being very picky. If you are new RC helicopters I would recommend this kit and his videos they have done a great job at showing me the basics.

  2. 5 out of 5

    The content is very well structured, videos are excellent. Its is right to the point and very professionally done. I normally do not write reviews very often but Maker Hangar deserve it. Also they are very honest recognizing the credits to whom corresponds.



  3. 4 out of 5

    What size are the carbon fiber tubes? You give the lengths of the larger diameter pieces, but you do not give the diameters of any of the pieces, nor do you give the length of the smaller diameter piece.

  4. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I just finished building this kit. I received it as a Christmas present in 2014. Thank you Lucas for providing the detailed instruction both for assembly as well as setting up the flight control. I am disappointed that you are discontinuing the product, but I understand.


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