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A fast, small and agile little plane, the Starfire is a hybrid of the traits of the Hammerhead and Spirit paper airplanes. It is another lightweight paper airplane, following ...
Required: 1 Piece of 8.5 by 8.5 inch paper Tape Optional: Ruler Pencil
Start by folding one corner of paper to the one on the other side's bottom. Then fold the other corners down into the center (although not equally).
Flip it over to the "clean" side, and pull the point of the nose down to the rear end of the paper. Then flip the paper over again. ...
From its position on the last step, the paper airplane should now have the opposite side facing up. From there, pull the folds open and then flatten them ...
Fold your airplane up in half along its center. Then measure 7/8 (0.875) inches up from the center fold and mark on each end at this height. Mark ...
Fold your tail by folding your right wing down and then pull the rear tip of the paper up. Do so and pull it up so that a ...
Without damaging your tail, fold the canard's ventral fins up as shown. They should be folded up so their fronts meet that of the canard. The outer sides ...
Tape the Starfire up at its front, back and its bottom. The Starfire be taped as it is in the fourth picture.
The Starfire is a nimble little airplane wonderful for the role of aerial demonstrator. Although it is an excellent craft, it can be somewhat finicky at times. The Starfire must be ...
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