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The AOS T3 is the 3" toothpick frame evolved. Best in class resonance performance allows you to enjoy the most responsive ultralight flight experience yet.

Key Features

Top and Bottom Plates

Top and bottom plates Both of these plates are 1.5mm thick to provide an optimal balance between strength, stiffness and weight. The cut outs in the bottom plate fits up to a 15mm wide battery strap to securely attach the battery. There are mountings for a 25.5x25.5mm stack with the long screws in the corner positions or a 20x20mm stack if the long screws are placed in the middle of each side. Pressnuts keep the screws secure and prevent any flex in the stack even in heavy crashes.

Top and Bottom Plates


The AOS T3 uses a truss design with a stabilising strut supporting the middle of the arm. This truss design provides enormous torsional stiffness, resolving a key source of vibration in traditional toothpick frames. Truss structures are inherently very strong as they convert bending loads into compression and tension in the individual members. Carbon is much stronger in pure tension and compression than in bending. The frame features motor protector features on the end of each arm to minimize the risk of damage to those expensive components. Should you ever need to replace an arm, there are only two screws to undo making arm replacement easy.


Camera Protection

The AOS T3 fits any 25.5x25.5mm or 20x20mm toothpick canopy.

Gatehunter X

Hyperlite Toothpick

Naked Vista

Or you can use these AOS Canopies

AOS Canopies

Camera Protection

Technical Specs

  • Designed for 3" biblade props

  • 1204 or 1303 motors with 9mm mounting

  • 3S 300 - 450mAh battery

  • 25.5x25.5mm and 20x20mm M2 mounting

  • Canopies available for 14mm Nano and 19mm Micro cameras

  • Supports Caddx Vista and HDZero Whoop (TX5S.1) VTX

Where to Buy

Build Resources

Tuning Guides

Betaflight 4.5 PID Tuning

Betaflight 4.4 Tuning Guide

Betaflight 4.5 Filter Tuning

AOS Betaflight Presets

3D Prints

AOS T3 Canopies

AOS T3 Canopies

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