Full 3D Printed Triforce Kite.

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Full 3D Printed Triforce Kite. by SuFu Aug 2, 2015


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Full 3D Printed Triforce Kite. Out of 27 pieces.
For the glue i recommend 2 components epoxy based glue for a strong and flexible connections.
Gold/ Silver Rescue Sheet is the sailcloth of the kite. It is thin, light and stylish in the sun. You can buy one in every farmacy house for small money.
You need a narrow double-sided tape to stick the flat kite construction with the Stretched Rescue Sheet.
After printing and glue the parts together you need to threading through the kite rope thru the holes. Now it is ready for transformation. Pull the both ends of the kite rope and the kite will rise up from flat to Triforce Pyramid construction. With a tight knot it will stay fix in form.


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3D Printed Triforce Kite Test Frame
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The folding parts are supported with aluminium tape.

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