I don't recall so.... I've found it at marinas in the sail repair
racks and at hobby shops on the u-control supplies rack. Also scored
several spools of the stuff from a fishing supply shop over in
Just be aware that the Kevlar cord you buy from a fishing supply place
is almost certainly waxed or treated with a lubricant finish layer.
This is great for running through spinning reels, but it means that
glue doesn't stick to it and the knots can come untied. I know my
Kevlar costs more, but I specify Kevlar cords that are optimized for
use in rocket building.
Andy Eng wrote:
Order the stuff from Doug. He's a great guy and an invaluable resource
to the rocket community. We need to keep him in business and happy!
And his prices have always seemed quite reasonable to me...
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