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Armattan Quadrocopters (<--click for full article).

Armattan Quadrocopters is a manufacturer of custom-built quadcopters.

The Taiwan-based company is operated by Chris Leroux, a Canadian living in Taiwan who began the company soon after he began building custom quads for users at RCGroups.com. Leroux continues to manufacture built-to-order quads and kits at a rate of approximately one per day.

Armattan quads are built from laser-cut and CNC-milled aluminum and carbon fiber. The control boards are the popular and effective "KK" series from HobbyKing; ESCs are now manufactured to Armatttan's specifications. They come flashed with the equally popular SimonK open source firmware designed specifically for multirotor use. Motors, batteries and other accessories are also sold under the Armattan brand.

Buyers can also choose a MultiWii control board, adding GPS capability along with headlock, self-leveling and altitude hold. The full-function Armattan Mullet control board, an updated version of the Naze32 Afro Acro board and loosely based on the MultiWii has recently been added to the product lineup.

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An all-carbon fiber Armattan Quadrocopters CF 226 quadcopter.