The OmniStreak was developed from the Omniwing family as an answer to the increasing material requirements as a simpler design still capable of performance comparable to other variants. To preserve commonality and make construction easier to go about, I chose to modify an existing aircraft. The bending of the airfoil folds repositions the center of gravity slightly, and so the aircraft tends to fly differently as compared with its brethren. Flight testing of the aircraft proved it to be a docile design, and so it was cleared for publication.
TAA USAF Designation: F3-1D2
Step 1: Materials
1 Piece of 8.5 by 11 inch Paper
Step 2: Width, Fourth and Corner Folding
Step 3: Leading and Trailing Edge Preparation; Airfoil Taping
Measure 2.5 inches in from the trailing edge along the center crease, make a mark and then measure 2.5 inches outwards from the center crease along the trailing edge and make a mark. Then connect the two marks. Cut along this diagonal line.
After you have finished measuring and cutting what will be the counterweight, begin measuring the vertical fins. Find the point 0.75 inches ahead of the trailing edge along the wingtip and make a mark. From the wingtip measure 1 inch in and make a mark. Then from this mark, measure 1 inch inward (perpendicular to the trailing edge) toward the leading edge and make a mark. Then connect this mark to the one you just made on the wingtip. Then cut along this line.
Fold the outer sections of the airfoils back forward and then tuck them as shown. Apply tape to the trailing edges of the airfoils to secure them. Once this is complete, the airframe should appear as it does in the last photograph.