Thunder Tiger

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Thunder Tiger Corporation
雷虎科技股份有限公司
Public company TPE: 8033
IndustryTechnology Consumer electronics
Founded1979
Headquarters Xitun, Taichung, Taiwan
ProductsRadio control models

Unmanned autonomous vehicles

Dental handpiece
Revenue US$28 million (2017)
Website www.thundertiger.com
Thunder Tiger Search and Rescue Sirius CX-180 Helicopter Thunder Tiger Sirius CX-180 Search and Rescue Helicopter.jpg
Thunder Tiger Search and Rescue Sirius CX-180 Helicopter

Thunder Tiger Corporation (Chinese :雷虎科技股份有限公司; pinyin :Léi Hǔ Kējì Gǔfèn Yǒuxiàn Gōngsī) is a Taiwan manufacturer of radio controlled models including airplanes, helicopters, cars, boats, accessories and engines. Thunder Tiger is the maker of MT4-G3, Raptor e720, Ghost+ drone, award-winning R/C submarine - Neptune SB-1, and SeaWolf.

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History

Thunder Tiger Group was founded in Taichung in 1979. In 1997 it was involved in a takeover of ACE R/C corporation in America. Its 1/8 EB4 car was honored as an Offroad Champion of Europe in 1999. It established a marketing center in Germany for Europe in 2004 and was involved in a takeover of Associated in America in 2005.

In 2012, ThunderTiger set up a new company TTBIO CORP in order to provide the Dental Instruments, accessories, machining parts, and components to customers.

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