Introducing the KOS hand launch glider designed by Pelican Daniel. Whether you are intrigued by small free flight gliders or just enjoy a relaxed building experience, we think you will like this kit.
There are basically no instructions accompanying this kit but the full size assembly drawing is rich with detail and provides ample clues to assembly. Even a minimally experienced builder can complete this model.
The wood parts are CNC milled, which produces accurate cuts that do not exhibit burns nor the kerfed edges typically produced by lasers cutters. Many of the thicker wood parts have also been preliminarily shaped, like the wing leading edges for instance; further reducing workload and making this kit a fairly quick and easy build. The fuselage is your typical hand launch solid profile style fuse and the wing is built-up, incorporating solid balsa leading and trailing edges with ribs glued in between. Silkspan covering has been provided to cover the wing. You could also use a lightweight iron-on covering if you wish.