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Chinese Dragon kite and stacks

The type of stacks of kites is based on the category of a single kite in the stack. However Chinese dragon kites have been categorized as dynamic-surface kites and not single-surface kites. Individual components of a dragon kite are not designed to be flown independently. The head of dragon kite will not fly by itself at all and the body of the dragon would require tails to be added to create stability.

Last Updated (Tuesday, 02 February 2010 16:25)

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Alligator clip tabletop picture holders make a simple helping hand to hold your kite while working.  Put a small piece of folded tag board or heavy paper over the edge of the kite where it slips into the clip to make sure the alligator teeth don't hurt your sail.