I decided to develop the Turbo Manta as a modernized variant of the Manta, which was becoming obsolescent. With new developments that had been implemented upon the Omniwing series, I found improvements could be made whilst retaining much of the existing design, and as such I pursued them. Flight testing went well and the Turbo Manta was soon readied for its publication.
TAA USAF Designation: F220-2
Step 1: Materials
1 Piece of 8.5 by 11 inch Paper
Step 2: Width, Fourth and Corner Folding
Step 3: Airfoil and Canard Folding; Making the Fins
With this completed, 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. Do not discard the resulting triangle of paper.
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 and fold the fins upwards.
Step 4: Applying the Counterweight; Taping and Stapling
Now take your airframe and flip it to its "clean" side. Don't damage the fins while doing so. Place the counterweight at the front of the airplane, just behind the canard. Apply tape around it to secure it. Then flip the airplane over and apply 1 staple to the front, where the canard meets the leading edge of the wing and vice versa.