ParamotorCNC’s Eros frame is out

Paramotor CNC Eros

ParamotorCNC is a subdivision of Spanish firm PXP. The Eros is their first frame, 3D designed and entireley CNC (computerised numerical control) precision made.

The Eros is made from in 6082 aircraft alu-magnesium alloy, in a choice of red, orange, blue or black finishes, with custom colours also possible. The articulated low arms are made from aeronautical 7075 aluminium with a stainless steel bar. The frame and fuel tank together weigh just 9.5kg.

The Eros has a torque compensation system, and a quick-release 16-litre fuel tank.

Paramotor CNC Eros

Quick-release fuel tank

The cage is a rigid design with an aerodynamic teardrop profile, and the net embedded inside the cage. The harness, which is available in three sizes and colours to match the frame, has an integrated reserve container and a stirrup.

Paramotor CNC Eros

The cage has an aerodynamic profile, with the net embedded within its structure.

Different backplates mean that more than 20 different engines can be mounted to the Eros frame. And everything comes apart, so you can braek it down as small as necessary to transport it, and easily replace individual parts if necessary.

Paramotor CNC Eros

Easily dismantlable

ParamotorCNC are looking for Eros dealers. Contact them for details.

paramotorcnc.com


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