A look behind the scenes: The new RC Paraglider high performance and 2-line "LIBRA 3.7 RAST" in the prototype test

The question is not: Why RAST? But: Why no RAST?

The question is not: Why RAST? But: Why no RAST?

a look behind the scenes

The last three months were all about intensive development work and numerous test flights. Now we can look forward to many exciting new products this year. The video provides an insight into one of our test sites in South America, where we develop and test the optimal material for RC paragliders under extreme conditions. You can see our latest high-performance model, the 2-line LIBRA 3.7 RAST with a wingspan of 5.23 meters - here still in the prototype phase.

We are also bringing three single-skin RC paragliders, which we will perfect until they are ready for the market and present in 2024.
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In the The video shows the new RC paraglider high performance and 2-line LIBRA 3.7 RAST with 5.23m wingspan from our company - here still in the prototype test. As we all know, pictures say more than words.


RAST® is a technical design element that makes paragliding more predictable by dividing the canopy into different pressure ranges. The canopy remains more stable and easier to control, particularly in turbulent conditions. RAST®.

rast_wirkunsgweise_gleitschirm_rc_gleitschirm_rc_paraglider_para_rc_schirm, symbolic image of how rest works in the different phases of flight

RAST model
RC paraglider, rest model on the table to explain to the customer how the valve in the RC paraglider works
The locking valve explained on a plastic model
As we all know, pictures say more than 1000 words :-)
Rico Priesnitz, CEO and development engineer at Para Aviation RC, uses a model to impressively demonstrate how the valve technology works. The prototype tests also illustrate this and not only confirm theoretical assumptions, but also clearly and repeatedly prove the effectiveness of the valve in flight.

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