Step 1: Tools and Materials

Step 2: Cut Paper

Cut 2 pieces of paper:
-1x15 cm
-2x20 cm

Step 3: Cut Drinking Straw

Step 4: Tape Paper Pieces

Tape paper pieces to form 2 rings

Step 5: Tape Pieces to Straw

Tape pieces to straw as shown in the picture

Step 6: Throwing

Throw your gyro-plane as shown in the picture
<p>It flies relay good . Thanks a lot</p>
<p>I made this it flies really well and spins very nicely !!!</p>
<p>I made this it flies really well and spins very nicely !!!</p>
<p>I made this it flies really well and spins very nicely !!!</p>
It actually works.
Gyro? This doesn't look like a spinning craft?
This is really cool!
It seems totally improbable that something so ridiculous-looking could ever fly, but it does!
Awesome, flies great!
Go to https://www.instructables.com/id/The-Coolest-Paper-Glider-Ever/?ALLSTEPS
wow! This worked WAY better that I thought it would! <br>VERY fun!
1) why gyro-plane? Rotates it?<br>2) Please, a video.<br>3) Good instructable.
1)If you use enough tape for weight it rotates and also it looks like a gyroscope ring<br>2)Video is on the way<br>3)Thank you!
1) Thanks for the response. <br>2) notify me when you put the video, please.
There is a video on YouTube titled &quot;Hoopster Part 1&quot; &amp; &quot;Hoopster Part 2&quot;. The author there made the unit 4 times larger and made it into an RC format. Very Impressive.
Doesn't it work better if you just have the paper tube with a thick leading edge?
i think this is a weird but cool plane
do you mean a bamboo skewer?<br>
No ı didn't mean bamboo skewer
if u add weight to the straw by putting a bamboo giant toothpic in it, it flies further<br><br>
Have you seen the Facebook fanpage for Paper Plane building? It has links to lots of kits and instructions you can see it here https://www.facebook.com/PaperPlanePlans
Nice. Looks <a href="https://www.instructables.com/id/Launch-it%3A-the-Huffin--Hoopster/">familiar</a>, though...
But he used a straw! <br><br>He joined recently so he probably didnt see your instructable yet.<br>
I wasn't claiming he copied it off me - the looped-wing is quite common, often called a &quot;hoopster&quot;.
i dont understand why this iyou call this a gyro plane but i have made these before, and they are very fun. i made a large one about 3 feet long in applied science, using balsa wood, string trimmer line, lots of glue, and a cheap tarp. it flew about 100 feet when thrown from a height of 12 feet.<br>

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