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Make the Avro Arrow of paper airplanes
Parts list 1. paper 2. pen 3. scissors 4. tape (optional)
fold in half hot dog style
fold the first set of triangles towards the center stop about 5mm away from center line. mark the center fold with a pen line to make it visible
fold from the center of the first triangles to line up with the center line.
fold your wings over make sure they line up
cut your tail fin but do it at more of an angle with a longer cut mine was too steep
these vents act like intakes in an engine they speed up the air over the back of the wing makesure they line up when you cut them
they are made by folding the wings in they level the flight. line them up when floding like when you did the wings
these create lift and stabilise it vertically
1. Arm: check 2. Plane: check 3. Air: check 4. Avatiors: check Prepare for take off Lift off this is my first instr...
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