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Make a cylindrical paper airplane! This is one of the 48 projects for our Instructables: Made In Your Mind (IMIYM) exhibition at the Children’s Museu...
We are selective in our materials for cost, ease of use, and safety due to our high traffic (800,000 visitors annually). So, for our purposes, this de...
We offer optional video segments of each step for this project in the actual exhibit. Here is a compilation of all the steps.
Lay the piece of paper landscape (horizontal) on a flat surface. Fold the top edge of the paper to the bottom edge and unfold to create a crease.
Fold the top edge of the paper to the crease.
Fold along the crease.
Fold the current top edge to the bottom of the folded part of the paper (basically, fold the folded part in half).
Roll the paper, sliding the edge of the left side of the ring into the slot on the inside of the right side of the ring. Tape it shut along the seam. ...
To throw it: hold it in your hand with the thicker edge forward and toss it like a football, using your fingers to give the paper a spin as you throw ...
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