Fly safe, fly more!
When you fly your multi-thousand-dollars worth of drone and camera, you just want to concentrate on the flight, keeping away from dangers; you don't want to have to worry about things that could break or fall apart!
DJI's first quick-release propellers were so unsafe that the Inspire 1 had to be removed from market after just three days from launch, just to be replaced with an over-engineered quick mount system that inspires no trust at all - and also made some casualties in term of unplanned crash landings.
This solid mounting system ensures no prop will ever detach from its motor, even when ESC is applying full breaking power in extreme flight conditions; you also maintain all the transport comfort of the drone, since a simple trim of the foam inserts of the case can easily allow the drone to slide into its original bag with the propellers folded and securely locked in their retaining bracket.
For a product like this, that has to spin up to 10k RPM, precision is the key;
Every imperfection introduces vibrations, that leads to noise, premature wear on motor bearings and in some cases, issues to the flight control unit.
This is why every propeller is dynamically balanced and tested, to guarantee smooth flight performances.
The mounts are machined from 7075 aeronautical Aluminum alloy (Ergal), by world-leading 5 axes Hermle CNC milling machines, within 20 microns of tolerance.
Modding the original case to fit the props
Technical details at KopterMax.com
In the box:
- 4x Carbon Fiber folding 14" propellers (2x CW, 2x CCW), pre-assembled and dynamically balanced
- 4x foam brackets for locking blades during transportation
- tools for installation
Replacement foams available, click here.