(k)Frame, the not well known gem in the GLR line, that provides greater strength and resiliency than a carbon fiber tube for a price point just slightly more than a filament fiberglass airframe. By not utilizing carbon fiber, you can incorporate electronics which either transmits or receives a radio signal inside and still maintain ground contact. This is not possible with CF. The only small challenge of (k)Frame is dealing with the cut ends, as there will be frayed Kevlar present. The best way to clean up the ends is to run a bead of thin CA glue around the end, causing the Kevlar to "freeze" and harden. By taking the side edge of a putty knife, you work that around the doped edge, breaking away the excess Kevlar. It may be necessary to do this more than once for a complete fix.