Introduction: How to Make the Fury Paper Airplane
With a fast cruising speed and landing gear as well as canards, the Fury is a great plane to have.
TAA USAF Designation: A55-1
Step 1: Materials
1 Piece of 8.5 by 11 inch Paper
Step 2: Length and Width Folding
Fold the paper along its width. Then fold it along its length. Then open the paper. You should now have a paper divided into fourths.
Step 3: Corner Folding
Fold the corners of your paper to the mid-length folds on the opposite side of the paper.
Step 4: Cover and Canard Preparation Folding
Repeat the corner folding as before, but make a crease at the length fold up along it. Fold the other side on top of it, then repeat the creasing on that side too. After both sides are creased, squash the paper down.
Step 5: Canard, Wing and Landing Gear Folding
Fold the top of the diamond at the front down onto its other half. Then fold the aircraft in half along its length. To make the wings, fold them down about 1 inch up from the center, parallel to the center fold. To make the landing gear, fold the tips of the canards to then point where another layer of paper emerges from the wing root.
Step 6: Winglet Folding
While your aircraft's wings are each folded down, fold up the winglets. From about 0.75 inches in from the wingtip, fold up the winglets. Do this on each side.
Step 7: Taping Your Fury
To properly complete your Fury, tape the front and back of the fuselage together and the canards to the bottom of the wing.
Step 8: Flight
To fly your Fury, simply give it a good throw like your standard dart. With this type of throw, the Fury will go a long way at a high speed.
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