This frame kit is designed for a module type 3" Toothpick frame with a flat unibody-like form. Consisting only of arms, screws, and nuts. Each two-layered arm is supported not only by two adjacent arms but also by its diagonal arm. Replacing broken arms is not as easy as with a regular frame, but the interlocking of the eight modules eliminates the need for upper and lower plates for fixing.
The design of this frame kit was conceived by deforming the two bones that make up each arm of Solomon's K3 frame kit so that they completely overlap each other, creating a flat unibody-like form. This deformation seems undesirable for the robustness of the carbon plate, but it creates a very unique design.
Compared with Solomon's K3 (or K3B), this frame kit uses thinner carbon plates to reduce weight, making it less robust and more prone to bending. If a robust frame is needed, K3 (or K3B) is recommended. However, if you want a very unique frame that is not available on the market, I recommend this frame kit.
How to assemble :
The use of metal lock nuts is strongly recommended. To prevent wobble, each arm (two layers) must be locked securely to all three other arms.