Who sells parachutes?

Hi guys. I need a parachute for my UAV platform. Do you know a serious supplier, with reasonable prices, that I may contact?UFO_MAN

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  • I've had good experience with these chutes in the past. They are lightweight, slippery nylon (for easy opening), and are good quality overall.


  • If you're just looking for a descent chute without the gliding aspect, you'd probably be better of with a hemispherical or cross-type chute from the high-power model rocket suppliers.


    (The link isn't an endorsement, just one example of what's available.)
    RocketChutes.com | Model Rocket Parachutes
    High quality model rocketry parachutes at discount prices. 11 colors and 2 tie dye patterns of ripstop nylon for low-to-mid power rockets. TARC appro…
  • http://www.aeroconsystems.com/chutes/index.htm

    I would go for a super reliable pilot chute / balute (no tangled lines)
    World's Largest Assortment of Military Surplus Parachutes
    Parachutes and deceleration devices for rockets , planes, kite recovery, sea anchors
  • I would use a parafoil kite, that's the cheapest.
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