Have you ever envisioned a Boomerang that can stay aloft for minutes?
Sounds like a dream? It´s not! MTA (Maximum Time Aloft) boomerangs are carefully designed to stay aloft for a long time. Every detail counts: weight, wing span, aerodynamic profile and tuning. We are passionate about MTA Boomerangs, thats why we decided to craft these weightless pieces of equipment, explore new set ups, materials and moulding process in order to develope better and reliable boomerangs for competition.
After one session of throwing my new Bepponas and Beppy, I quickly realized they are going to replace boomerangs I’ve been throwing in competition for over a decade. They are that good!
For many years Carl Morris's website was a lighthouse for all of us who were interested in constructing a carbon boomerang. He detailed all the processes, with pictures, insights, and a step-by-step guide in how to make such carbon MTAs. Carl was also very well known...
Bob Ross and the importance of Happy Accidents It might sound a bit strange, but I would like to use the famous Bob Ross quote “We don't make mistakes, just little happy accidents'' as the core of what I'm going to tell you about our latest Composite MTA Boomerang...
Manuel Schütz just released a new article on balanced boomerangs, how to design them and the importance of a well balanced boomerangs, including the elbow. Abstract: Dabbes Klaus H. Dabelstein introduced these kinds of boomerangs in 1987. He considered the classical...
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