Our Technology

P1040192 We build our gliders with respect to the newest aerodynamical and construction trends. Many years of our experiences with the composites production allows us to produce our gliders together with all their equipment and spare parts within the highest possible standards of care. All our gliders are showing the perfection of skills with the fibre composites, no matter whether we talk about glass or carbon fibre. We know well the difference of characteristics of both of these materials and we use them reasonably, each material on it’s proper place where it belongs.
P1040189 Construction of the high-end gliders is always a question of three factors demanding on each other – the weight and it’s balance, rigidity and aerodynamical characteristics. It’s a constructer’s challenge to find these factors well balanced what is a quest of good glider – not a single one of them could be preferred or vanished. We are proud to say that during all those years our designers led by Mr. Muller have successfully proved that finding the needed balance through all our gliders is their best know-how.
P1040196 When designing and producing of a new glider is always a prime task to prevent excessive usage of anything that can improve the weight of the glider for even a little bit – for us every single gram matters! Balancing the weight is fundamental as well and is the key question of good wing. We always try to place all the equipment (e.g. servos) in wings as close to fuselage as possible, same as on a full scale gliders allowing us to reach the best possible manueverability of our gliders. Through the years we have successfully invented and used our system of the in-wing linkage system made of the carbon parts as light possible.
P1040199 Use of carbon fibre composites is an essential part of adequate rigidity of the glider no matter whether regarded to the aerodynamical rigidity or the total one needed for a lots of hard landing the glider will survive. Another part of the glider’s minimal weight is also a technology of production. We use the technology of “wet glueing” the parts in our gliders allowing us to reach the far greater rigidity than the one get by “dry glueing”. Despite the fact that the “dry glueing” way allows to spare some more grams of weight, we don’t consider it suitable for the highest quality gliders just because a way lower robustness of parts made by that way, compared with the wet way. Our basic and most important credo is to produce the great gliders that can last much more than a one or two flying seasons. As mentioned before, our prime task is to find the greatest possible balance of all elements, not to pursue just one of them.
P1040200 Moreover, the decisive factor of a good glider are always it’s aerodynamics characteristics and so on – the development of suitable airfoils and other matters takes most of our time when designing the new glider. However it’s not just about the airfoils and the new aerodynamical trends, the elegance and purity of lines is the most decisive aerodynamical factor which also led us to development of the in-wing linkage system allowing us to prevent the wing from any juts or covers required when placing the servos in the conservative way. It’s an axiom that every single part excessing from the wing causes an inappropriate drag and should be prevented in any case.