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Fast, long range and versatile, the Super StratoVulcan is a simple but capable development of the StratoVulcan paper airplane. The Super StratoVulcan is designed to be able to better operate at higher angles than its predecessor, and has reconfigured leading edges like the comparable Turbo Vulcan and AeroVulcan.

Being closely related to the StratoVulcan and being designed around the same time as the Turbo Vulcan and AeroVulcan, the Super StratoVulcan's development period was rather short due to its retention of most of its basis' configuration. Flight testing showed the aircraft's handling as docile, and it was allotted an instructable.

TAA USAF Designation: F292-7
 
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Step 1: Materials

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Required:
1 Piece of 8.5 by 11 inch Paper
Tape
Pencil
Ruler
Optional:
Scissors (additional surfaces only)

Step 2: Length And Nose Folding

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Fold your paper in half length-wise. Then pull the paper down so that the crease stretches from the fold at the front you just made and the corner of the paper on the other side. Repeat on the other side. Once this is completed, pull the overhanging paper back above the center crease made earlier. Fold the edges of these sections down over the center crease as shown, then pull the triangular tip of the nose back over them.

Step 3: Fourth And Nose Folding

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Fold the wingtips into the center and crease. Pull the nose to the trailing edge on the airfoil side. Use your ruler to measure back 1 inch from the resulting crease, then make another mark. After this is done, pull the nose back forward, stopping and creasing at the 1 inch mark you have just made. Unfold this new crease, then pull the leading edges inward as shown. Once they are folded pull the nose forward once again. With this done, fold the fuselage in half along the center crease.
An awesome airplane keep up the good work :)
genjio wstringham11 months ago
you'll have to push next for further instructions...
OrigamiAirEnforcer (author)  wstringham12 months ago
The steps presented do show how to make the airplane. If there is a part you are confused by, please tell me and I will assist you with it.