How to Make the Super Omniwing Paper Airplane

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The Super Omniwing is a fast, stealthy long range flying wing.

This airplane is one of my more advanced designs developed from another person (menamiketrx on Youtube)'s design.

TAA USAF Designation: F3-1V

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Step 1: Materials

1 sheet of 8.5 by 11 inch paper (A4)

Step 2: Start

First, take your paper and align and fold it "hamburger"-style.

Then fold it into fourths.

Step 3: The Corners

Fold the corners in.

Then fold them into the center.

Now fold the top down.

Fold into the center again.

Step 4: Time to Cut

Fold the Super Omniwing in half.

Then cut a triangle 2.25 in. by 2.25 in from the rear of the aircraft. Do NOT throw this away.
After that, cut fins along the wing edges.

Step 5: Unfold

Unfold the shape so it spans it's entire wingspan.

Now tape the front folds down.

Step 6: Counterweight Folding

Fold the triangle into itself as pictured then down.

Step 7: Apply

Tape the triange to the bottom front of the Super Omniwing.

Step 8: Flight

Now you're ready to fly.

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    15 Discussions

    i must have done this wrong...mine goes straight down, and I've made the the omni-wing delta so i thought this wouldn't be a problem

    Well, to fly it you mustn't throw it like a dart. It will not fly correctly or perhaps at all. The Super Omniwing's "flying wing" configuration requires it be pitched down, and pushed forward at a moderate speed. Then release it. Although a different airplane, the OmniDelta's launch procedure is the same (see the picture below). And yes, the triangle that you've cut off the trailing edge of the plane should be folded up as pictured on Step 6 and then applied to the nose as a counterweight. Good luck!  

    OmniDelta Construction 017.jpg

    Reply 9 years ago on Step 7

    The bottom front would be the bottom of the front of the aircraft. I've put a box around this area to clarify. 

    If anyone would love to see my flying wing just let me know it's a monster. i can throw my flying wing 100ft or more in the air

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    6 years ago on Introduction

    origamiairenforcer- I am trying to make a paper plane that will be able to fly for a long time. a little help?