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Ahh.... the paper airplane. Did you know, paper airplanes have a long history? Paper airplanes are very old, and they were made for many generations, ...
If you want to let the Instructables Robot go for a ride (on a plane), you have to print this image out. Just click the "i" in the top left corner of...
Once you have your image printed out, flip it over so the Instructables Robot is facing down.Then you are now wanted for attempted suffocating people....
Here is where you do the first two arrow folds. Fold the two edges WITHOUT THE ROBOT ON IT up towards the center crease. Look at the images for help.T...
Here's the second arrow folding.Get the two sides (without Robot), and fold them up to the crease again. The images could help a lot.Then, flip it ove...
Here's the last folding you will have to do.Fold it in half. Not that way! Look at the pictures.Once you do that, fold the wings down, so they're para...
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