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Ejay

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Ejay last won the day on April 14

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About Ejay

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  • Favorite Kite(s)
    1.5 classic
  • Flying Since
    12/12/2020
  • Location
    Currituck NC
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  1. Looks badazz to me,,, hope it flys as well. Ej
  2. I think it will look great , however I don't understand the process well enough to know exactly what's happening, anxious to see what happens next. Ej
  3. Hope lots of pictures and details are shown as the build progresses... Ej
  4. This one is mine,,,, anxious to see how it looks and flies ! Ej
  5. I have considered giving them a try also, be sure to let us know what you think if you try them ,,,. Ej
  6. Alex,,, I wonder the same thing,, OSK kites seem to be well received, and I also am curious how the windrider line which is made by the same company (Freilein) stacks up.
  7. The pleasure was mine , flying several of your great flying kites + a couple of Shook meshes + getting to watch and learn from you , Jim Cosca, and Eliot Shook all fly was great , especially for a newbie like me. Not to mention the pointers that I received from you guys. Yesterday and today were a blast. Ej
  8. The wind was up and I have never flown a 72", Riff let me try it out and it was sweet, may have to get one at some point.
  9. I think that may be one of the best looking kites you have ever made! Ej
  10. I print with a flexible plastic (TPU) or a hard plastic, (PLA), the hard plastic prints a much nicer looking part, the TPU is a little tougher to print but it seems to make a flexible durable part. There are many different types and colors of filament which you feed the machine to try and get the wanted results. The modeling software allows you to change most any dimension of the part fairly easily, I am trying to learn the software as I go, anyhow its all fun. Ej
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