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Aug 7 2018, 04:06 PM Aug 7 2018, 04:06 PM Post #178318 of 24487 Join Date: Jul 2008 Posts: 907 Re: Is it possible to make a deadhead kite with electronics? Primackaxios said: ↑ The amount of energy a deadhead kite produces is directly related to the size and shape of the cross-section. A smaller cross-section will produce larger Deadheads. The amount of energy a deadhead kite produces is directly related to the size and shape of the cross-section. A smaller cross-section will produce larger Deadheads. It does not matter how small your cross-section is, as long as you have a strong enough wind to counteract it. It does not matter how small your cross-section is, as long as you have a strong enough wind to counteract it. This post was originally published on my blog – primackaxios! If you’re interested in making your own kites, check out my blog where I discuss different techniques for making kites out of recycled materials like glass, plastic and aluminum. This post was originally published on my blog – primackaxios! If you’re interested in making your own kites, check out my blog where I discuss different techniques for making kites out of recycled materials like glass, plastic and aluminum. __________________ Primackaxios __________________ Last edited by Prim

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Join Date: Jul 2008 Posts: 907 Re: Is it possible to make a deadhead kite with electronics? In this example I use a 1/4″ PVC pipe filled with soft foam to make a large kite that can be used as a kite anchor or hanging by the yarn. The cross-section of the foam produced more energy than all but the most wood-based material combined. This post was originally published on my blog – primackaxios! If you’re interested in making your own kites, check out my blog where I discuss different techniques for making kites out of recycled materials like glass, plastic and aluminum. This post was originally published on my blog – primackaxios! If you’re interested in making your own kites, check out my blog where I discuss different techniques for making kites out of recycled materials like glass, plastic and aluminum. ______

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Aug 7, 2018, 07:10 PM Aug 7, 2018, 07:10 PM Post #178321 of 24487

Join Date: Jul 2008 Posts: 907 Re: Is it possible to make a deadhead kite with electronics? In this example I use a 1/4″ PVC pipe filled with soft foam to make a large kite that can be used as a kite anchor or hanging by the yarn. The cross-section of the foam produced more energy than all but the most wood-based material combined. This post was originally published on my blog – primackaxios! If you’re interested in making your own kites, check out my blog where I discuss different techniques for making kites out of recycled materials like glass, plastic and aluminum. This post was originally published on my blog – primackaxios! If you’re interested in making your own kites, check out my blog where I discuss different techniques for making kites out of recycled materials like glass, plastic and aluminum. ______

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Join Date: Jul 2008 Posts: 907 Re: Is it possible to make a deadhead kite with electronics? In this example I use a 1/4″ PVC pipe filled with soft foam to make a large kite that can be used as a kite anchor or hanging by the yarn. The cross-section of the foam produced more energy than all but the most wood-based material combined. This post was originally published on my blog – primackaxios! If you’re interested in making your own kites, check out my blog where I discuss different techniques for making kites out of recycled materials like glass, plastic and aluminum. This post was originally published on my blog – primackaxios! If you’re interested in making your own kites, check out my blog where I discuss different techniques for making kites out of recycled materials like glass, plastic and aluminum. ______

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Aug 7, 2018, 07:21 PM Aug 7, 2018, 07:21 PM Post #178323 of 24487

Join Date: Jul 2008 Posts: 907 Re: Is it possible to make a deadhead kite with electronics? A 1/4″ PVC pipe filled with soft foam to make a large kite that can be used as a kite anchor or hanging by the yarn. The cross-section of the foam produced more energy than all but the most wood-based material combined. This post was originally published on my blog – primackaxios! If you’re interested in making your own kites, check out my blog where I discuss different techniques for making kites out of recycled materials like glass, plastic and aluminum. This post was originally published on my blog – primackaxios! If you’re interested in making your own kites, check out my blog where I discuss different techniques for making kites out of recycled materials like glass, plastic and aluminum. ______

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Aug 7 2018, 07:25 PM Aug 7, 2018, 07:25 PM Post #178324 of 24487

Join Date: Jul 2008 Posts: 907 Re: Is it possible to make a deadhead kite with electronics? A 1/4″ PVC pipe filled with soft foam to make a large kite that can be used as a kite anchor or hanging by the yarn. The cross-section of the foam produced more energy than all but the most wood-based material combined. This post was originally published on my blog – primackaxios! If you’re interested in making your own kites, check out my blog where I discuss different techniques for making kites out of recycled materials like glass, plastic and aluminum. This post was originally published on my blog – primackaxios! If you’re interested in making your own kites, check out my blog where I discuss different techniques for making kites out of recycled materials like glass, plastic and aluminum. ______

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Join Date: Jul 2008 Posts: 907 Re: Is it possible to make a deadhead kite with electronics? A 1/4″ PVC pipe filled with soft foam to make a large kite that can be used as a kite anchor or hanging by the yarn. The cross-section of the foam produced more energy than all but the most wood-based material combined. This post was originally published on my blog – primackaxios! If you’re interested in making your own kites, check out my blog where I discuss different techniques for making kites out of recycled materials like glass, plastic and aluminum. This post was originally published on my blog – primackaxios! If you’re interested in making your own kites, check out my blog where I discuss different techniques for making kites out of recycled materials like glass, plastic and aluminum. ______

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