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Ring to Ring drive test = All Good - Windswept and Interesting

Ring to Ring drive test = All Good

Thanks again! to Local Legend Captain Angus Smith, who helped test this ring to ring rig.

This rig is different to before. Where there used to be a “rope torque ladder” at the bottom of spinning kites. Now I have a ring to ring torque transmission system. It ran so well. I’ve probably set the ring gap a bit short. It looked like it could take a lot more torque even in lift lulls.

Some big pictures.

Airborne Wind Energy Daisy Ring Kite Stack with ring to ring transmission
Airborne Wind Energy Daisy Ring Kite Stack with ring to ring transmission

daisy stack (25 of 54)

This one is working despite the central line snap due to rubbing... A bit of Bushing will sort that.
This one is working despite the central line snap due to rubbing… A bit of Bushing will sort that.

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