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How to make a Paper Glider


 

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Paper Airplanes Glider. Those origami airplanes usually have a long wingspan. You just throw them gently and they glide smoothly for a good distance and flight duration. The Origami Gliders are the coolest looking origami airplane on this web site, those big ugly wings sure do the trick. The Gliders are capable of great distance and accuracy, but are very sensitive to changes to it's wings. How to fold, How to fly and


 

 


 

The Flat [How to fly]
A technology demonstrator paper aeroplane, designed to show off the "enclosed down-turned" format. Its slow, but its very useful in introducing people to a new way of making paper aeroplanes. We could say that it is very simple, very slow, yet a nice glider. --
The Fly [How to fly]
This paper airplane, The Fly is probably the most well known paper airplane in the world. It is simple, easy to fold, and flies fast and far. It may have a slight tendency to nose-dive, but it can be corrected by bending the trailing edges of the wings upwards. --
X Glider [How to fly]
This plane has a pilot's cockpit canopy so that it looks more like a real fighter jet. It is a simple variation of the Slow plane. --
Wide Fenix [How to fly]
The Wide Fenix has almost the same features of the original fenix. Favorite of bored school boys everywhere. It has a very old design but however it is very effective. I can take no credit for its design, as this thing as been around since paper was invented! If it is made well it can fly for a reasonable distance with good stability. It´s a plane that ca --
Guinness World Records Paper Airplane
There have been many attempts time aloft. Ken Blackburn held this Guinness world récord for 13 years (1983–1996) and had regained the récord on over the years to break the barriers of throwing a paper plane for the longest October 8, 1998 by keeping his paper plane aloft for 27.6 seconds (indoors). This was confirmed by Guinness officials and a CNN rep --
Nakamura [How to fly]
The Nakamura is a awesome plane. Do not squeeze the nakamura's keel together like you are throwing a paper dart or airplane. This nakamura does not have a trajectory. It follows a distinct and flowing flight path. With the nakamura at rest, and the keel in its natural 'V' shape, is the shape it must be flown in. Do not throw the nakamura. Gently push --
The Slow [How to fly]
The Slow Paperplane is also one of the most well known paper airplane in the world. The Slow Glider is an upgraded version of the traditional design. The increased front weight and wing area helps this plane glider very well. --
Flat Bottom [How to fly]
The Flat Bottom is a model that is fast, robust, and quite amusing to fly. This is the design that I initially started toying around with to develop of other airplanes. --
The Fenix [How to fly]
The classic fenix. Favorite of bored school boys everywhere. I can take no credit for its design, as this thing as been around since paper was invented! If it is made well it can fly for a reasonable distance with good stability. It´s a plane that can cope with a full speed throw. It´s fast and can travel nice distance too! --
Mini Flat Bottom [How to fly]
The Mini Flat Bottom is a model that is faster than the original one, is not too robust, and preety amusing to fly. This is the design that I initially started toying around with to develop of other airplanes. --
FF1 [How to fly]
This paper airplane is really very good. With its wide wing span and the stabilising winglets at the end of wings it is very stable and flies very far. --
FF2 [How to fly]
This paper airplane is a superb glider it is very well balanced indeed even when made by the most inexperienced child. It can be quickly made from a sheet of A4 paper and I really like it. With its wide wing span and the stabilising winglets at the end of wings it is very stable and flies very far. --
Kookaburra
The Kookaburra is a floater and continue to fly over long distances. The Kookaburra fly better in calm environments, best in large indoor spaces if possible. These planes are floaters and long distance specialists. If outdoors gentle breezes are best for these large wing area paper aircraft. The unique landing gear on this plane add stability and make it i --

 
 


 
 


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