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Are you tired of the store bought gliders that don't fly? This little glider is the answer. It can fly for over 15 seconds with a good throw!

PLEASE VOTE!!! (:

Step 1: Gather Your Supplies.

1. glue gun

2. skewer

3. hobby knife

4. clay

5. permanent marker

6. foam plate

Step 2: Draw the Wings and Tail Pieces on the Plate

The wings are 6" long and 4" wide.

The stabilizer 3" long and 1" wide.

The rudder is 1-1/2 by 1" wide.

Step 3: Cut Out the Pieces.

Step 4: Add a Dihedral.

Score the foam with the knife and bend both sides to a 15 degree angle.

Step 5: Glue the Pieces to the Skewer.

Step 6: Balance the Glider With the Clay.

Step 7: Happy Flying!!!

You could also make a rubber band launcher, which will come in a later Instructable!

<p>do u have any other planes that fly longer other than the rubber band thing??</p><p>:) :)</p>
<p>Yeah I do. </p>
<p>Nice, how far does it fly?</p>
<p>About 150 feet with a headwind. 200 with the rubber band launcher</p><p>Link to it: https://www.instructables.com/id/Rubber-Band-Glider-Launcher/ </p>
<p>hi</p>
<p>cool</p>

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