DIY Ready-to-fly Paper Plane Workshop Series: The Sky Master – Benett
DIY Ready-to-fly Paper Plane Workshop Series: The Sky Master

DIY Ready-to-fly Paper Plane Workshop Series: The Sky Master

  1- The Sky Master
 
This is the first model of our Paper Plane Workshop Series.
Here is what our Raptor looks like once completed. It presents a large frame. The wings have winglets at their tips to improve lift and stability. If made meticulously the raptor flies extremely well.
You will find instructions for each step of the fold below. The dashed lines on the paper correspond to the folding lines. 
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DIY Ready-to-fly Paper Plane Workshop Series: The Raptor
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 1.   Take an A4 format paper sheet (21x29,7cm/8.3x11.7in).   
 
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2. Fold in half horizontally. 
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3.   Bring back each corner on the median line.
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4.   Re-fold one third of each interior corner towards the exterior.
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5.   Fold the main tip towards the bottom of the structure along the horizontal dashed line.
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6.   Fold each side of the plane on the dashed line and bring the top left/right corner on the median line.
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7.   Fold on themselves the wings while keeping the interstice in the interior of the  fold.
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8.   Take one wing on the side and fold it horizontally on 2-3cm from the bottom along the dashed line. Repeat on the other side.
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9.   Re-fold each wing tip toward the interior on about 2cm along the dashed line.
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10.   Bring back the back tip of the base of the plane towards the interior of the structure.
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>>Your Sky Master is now Ready to fly, Enjoy !<<
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