Whether you’re using it for some fun in the house or to take aerial videos outside, it’s a fair bet you already have at least one drone in your arsenal already. It’s also a pretty decent bet that you didn’t build that drone yourself from the ground up unless you’re crazy serious about the hobby. Now’s your chance to build a drone of your own without needing access to hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars of tools. Enter Aerowood, the modular wooden drone that you build yourself without any tools. Outside of the mechanical parts you need to make it fly and control it, Aerowood is made entirely of lasercut linden wood pieces that you assemble with mortise and tenon joints like one of those 3D jigsaw puzzles. Thanks to this style of construction, Aerowood is also modular with multiple different designs you can make that each change the flying experience. It also comes with a remote you DIY and features one key return, stable hovering, a camera, programmable limits and all the other features you’d expect to find on a budget drone.