Doublestar update 4

I have now attached the “D” Panels to the first half of the Double Star. I reinforced the tips with 3″ of

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Dacron and then used gross-grain tabs for the tension line attachment points. Continue reading →

Doublestar update 2

The Double Star is going well, assembling the “A” panels to form the tunnel for the center spar was a bit of a challenge. When I build the second half of the kite

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I am sure I will do a better job. Continue reading →

UFO – Quad line flying

I went out at lunch today with my new YFO/UFO/Airyo-ish kite and had a go at flying it as a quad. The kite performed much better than I expected and there are lot’s of areas to tweak. I attached the with 90 degrees between each tow point. ( 11 and 2, 5 and 8 on the face of a clock). There wasn’t much wind but it performed very well.. Turning is a little weird; the kite is round which makes it difficult to tell which end is up :). Continue reading →

Circular fun (UFO – Ultimate Fun Object)


Rich Durant from Oregon posted a topic on the kitebuilder.com forums about Lee Sedgwick’s latest creation, the YFO(correction Lee emailed me to say that the new kite is called the UFO – Ultimate Fun Object). The UFO took home the most innovative award at the AKA Convention in Seaside Oregon this year. The disc shaped kite/toy is about 46″ in diameter and can be flown in quad-line, single line and no-wind single line configurations. Continue reading →

Le Virus – Number 2 finished!

Finsished “Le Virus” number 2 this evening… Test flight tomorrow :) :)

I learn something every time I build a kite. This time I used a Mil spec grade gross grain on the trailing edge. The gross grain is 100% nylon and is very strong. It holds a crease long enough to feed it through my bias binder and creates a nice finish. I will make the dacron reinforcements at the standoff positions thicker, as I didn’t leave quite enough room for the standoff-to-sail connector. The kite has the frame from my green “Le Virus” and I will eventually frame it in skyshark P200′s and 5pt tapers.

Here is a photo of the completed kite…