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How to make Bangpae2012.03.10 00:10

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Written by Hong,Hae-Myoung, translated by Peter,Nam

Prepare 3 times length of two arm wide opened line for bridle and then straighten it.

Tie in this way.

 

Tie the other side knot.

Keypoint is to put the left hand index finger under the string and to tie with right hand.

See carefully the tie knot method, knot not released by itself,self tied with this method.

 

Head bowing

 

Bowing can be stabilized by spreading out several times.

 

Adequate bow depth for the 400(mm) x 470(mm) Bangpae is about 35~40(mm).

 

Cut the bridle line as below figure.

 

For the 40(cm) x 47(cm) Bangpae, punch bottom bridle point at about 10(cm) from the kite bottom, and upper fake bridle point at about 9(cm) from the kite top.

 

This upper fake bridle point is used for preventing spine bent over under the strong wind speed over 6(m/s). This fake line is about 1~2(cm) longer than three of the others when pull out the bridle line.

 

Tie the central knot.

 

This knotting point should be coincident with bottom bridle point when spread out the bridle line.

 

Bottom bridle point knot.

 

Knot point needs to be near both of upper edge points when spread out the bridle line.The upper this point, the faster Bangpae reaction speed.Standard knot position is around 5(mm) lower from this point.

 

The upper fake bridle point knot.

 

Fake bridle line must be a little bit longer than three of the others,actually Bangpae is 3 points bridle.

 

Could you see the fake bridle line droops a little?

 

Tie a swivel.

Posted by 대한연협회 Peter, Nam
How to make Bangpae2012.03.10 00:09

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Bangpae bridle is 3 point one not that of 4, the fake one at center upside is just to prevent spine bent against strong wind pressure.

Step 1.

Prepare thread to be duplicated that length is about 1.5 times of head width or kite diagonal.

Step 2.

Make a double thread knot with thread length of from kite center to bottom corner end.

Step 3.

Tie at start point between kite upper and center with double thread prepared on step 2.

Step 4.

Drag thread from the point of step 3 via right side bottom corner end to left upper corner end.

Step 5.

Overlap main thread with that of prepared on step 1 at the step 4 end point, turn kite over with keeping the threads don’t move, wind threads 3 turns clockwise to the spar end, pull main thread toward me, and then make a clockwise ring against left index finger, next insert the made ring into stick out corner spar, finally pull out to tie main threads with right fingers while left 3 fingers-middle,ring,the little-fixing corner threads.

Step 6.

Drag thread from the point of step 5 via upper center down 22~25 (mm) to left upper corner end while thread tension taut, then turn kite over again with keeping the threads don’t move, wind threads 2 turns clockwise to stick out corner spar, pull main thread toward me, and then make a closckwise ring against left index finger, next insert made ring into stick out corner spar, finally pull out to tie main threads with right fingers while left 3 fingers-middle,ring,the little-fixing corner threads.

Step 7.

Wind thread 1 turn to the stick out corner spar of the step 6,spread out string to make bow string stable.

Step 8.

Drag thread from the point of step 7 via bottom left corner end to bottom right corner end, then make a double thread knot at here with thread length of from this point to the opposite kite center hole end.

Step 9.

Tie a knot at bottom bridal point  with double thread prepared on step 8.

Step 10.

Make a 4 thread overlap knot and this knot point should coincident to the end point of step 9 and 10 mm down from the upper corner ends when pull out thread up and down, and the thread from the start point of step 3 must be a little bit droop status.

Step 11.

Tie a swivel.

Posted by 대한연협회 Peter, Nam