Step 8: folding

now fold those parts you just folded, fold them in again. ~_~ (i know confusing)


WOW!!!!! This plane is awesome. I used line paper like u know ummmm.... not sure what the paper is called but this plane flew like 50 feet then hit a wall. All i know is that the paper has lines and three holes.Great Job!
<p>note book paper but you dont want to use that because the holes off balance it</p>
<p>He asked that seven years ago</p>
<p>But now he knows!</p>
Nice description of the paper?
<p>triple post</p>
<p>It's notebook paper. It's also called loose leaf paper, or lined paper. Most people call it notebook paper, though.</p>
<p>is it notebook paper?</p>
<p>Lined paper?</p>
notebook paper?
i think it is notebook paper too <br>
<p>Notebook paper or loose-leaf paper, whatever you wanna call it. </p>
Works great! (I made it, but couldn't add the image due to a website error)
<p>what makes this different from normal paper airplanes. What features makes it fly farther?</p>
Now it's right!
<p>Awesome!!!!! i did this for my Science Fair Project , and it went 50 feet high and we got 1st place</p>
<p>I saw this in a paper airplane book...</p>
<p>I did it! Haven't tested but...I have faith in this</p>
<p>this is the best plane I ever made</p>
<p>Thesis just such a nice plane</p>
I loved this plane dude????
<p>It fies so far!!!!!</p>
<p>umm doesn't really work for me</p>
<p>this is like a magic paper airplane.</p>
<p>THIS IS AWESOME!!!!!!</p>
<p>I need more help on throwing it. But it's fold is awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!</p>
<p>I love this plane alot, it is called the hamer and is in the clutz book of paper airplanes this is a great book so is the paper it holds the CLUTZ recornd not world the world record by redbull is 332 meters or 996 feet. It is very simaler to the f-14 in flight or its wings folded</p>
<p>lol i can make an even better one that flies like 150ft</p>
<p>Nevermind got it dw</p>
<p>what do you call the plane</p>
<p>it flies awesomley</p>
Great little plane so easy to fold for a great result.
<p>I am so shocked with myself! Thanks to your clear, understandable instructions and the excellent photography, I was able to make a perfect plane on my first attempt! I took it outdoors and flew it up and down the road (March 15th, we still have too much snow here to fly paper planes in the yard). I got six paces (a pace is two steps) for the first several throws, then came in and stapled the angles, took it back out, waited for one car to slowly pass, and recommenced throwing. I got up to nine paces. I think my problem is the paper weight. My husband insists that heavy-weight paper goes through our printer more reliably (my guess is that the printer is loaded with enough cat hair to build a new litter of cats!). As soon as I find some very light-weight paper I'm going to build a fleet of these and drive my students crazy! Thanks for the great 'ible!</p>

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