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Silly little glider made from office junk. you'll need foam core board double sided tape bamboo skewer and a paper clip Btw this isn't my first ins...
soak the foam core in some water with a bit of soap for about 2 hours. You can then fairly easily peel off the paper facing, you want to use the 3mm f...
I didn't measure, the wings are about 3x16 inches each, I then scored a couple of parallel lines under each wing with a blunt pencil to add some cambe...
The body consists of a bamboo skewer split in half and a piece of foam core folded into an angle with wings. attach the skewer to the piece of foam.
The wings are joined together with some scotch tape and the body attached with double sided tape. With care assembly can result with a little dihedral...
The canard is bigger than a business card sized, too big and the weight needed at the front is excessive, too small and the lift is insufficient.
Balance with a paperclip on the skewer. No i can't give an exact location.
And throw it off. Yes it's a canard, every one of my co-employees said "but it's flying backwards" arrgh!
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