May 18, 2022 23:19


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Category: How To

While waiting for better wind conditions for shooting for the next tutorial, here's a quick run down on how I break things down.
A few days ago, I published a post and a video about a way to measure the pull of a kite. Today I was ready to give it a go.
Is the wind strong enough to make the kite create sufficient pull so it will lift my KAP-gear? Now here's a way to remove most of the guesswork from this question.
Cutting carbon- and glassfiber rods is a must for all kite builders and by making a miter box makes cutting so much easier. Here's how to make one yourself!
Hopefully, if restrictions will allow, we're going to the Nordic Kite Meeting 2021 in Rømø the first week of September. And I have a few kites needing some TLC!
It's pretty cool when you fly your kite in the dark to have it illuminated way up there. And here's a quick guide on how to do it!
It's easy as pie to make yourself a cross fitting. All you need is a piece of plastic tubing, a pair of scissors, a knife and a hole punch tool, and here's how to do it!
Some time ago I created an Axel tutorial. I've thought about doing an update on that tutorial. But now I don't have to thanks to Jeremy Wharton! ?
As soon as I get my kite flying, I start exploring the wind window. In this post I get into the details.
That's gonna be the topic for my next tutorial now in its early planning phase.
Catching and throwing is fun and the A-Quad Hardcore is of course up to it!
I'd say that at least 95% of all the videos on the AERIALIS Kites' YouTube channel is shot by using a mobile phone!

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