Step 3: Making The Fuselage

After having cut out all of the fuselage. Begin folding it along the dotted lines. Then tape your fuselage together at the front, back, and across the fuselage at the fin. After you've folded all the lines correctly, you should now cut along the line in the middle of the fuselage. Do this by folding the fuselage to the right, making a cut, and repeating the fold to the left. Then fold as indicated the second line near the rear of the airplane by folding the 2 rearmost boxes forward and cut along the line.
I made a drone paper airplane that has very big, long, high aspect ratio wings that has performance similar to the Super Voyager. It does not use spars but flies very well. Its also rather big for a drone-could you put it in? And if so, how should I get plans for it to you?
Well, if you could post or PM images of it as it is when being laid out like my drones typically are on Step 2. I'd be happy to analyze it and give my assessment of it.
Ill get right on it!
These pictures show the plane. I really dont have a name for it. I used smaller graph paper than most of your drones, 2 boxes=1 cm. I think it was also slightly thicker, about the thickness of a standard 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper, and only lined on the frontside. Im not sure how it would fly if you use the 4 boxes per inch paper.
Sorry to beat you down but IT&quot;S A PAPER AIRPLANE IN A TEACHER CONTEST!<br>Great airplane though.
Oh the irony. :P<br><br>If students could contain themselves, I'm quite sure this'd be a valuable lesson for teachers.

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