Paper Airplane: the Nakamura Lock

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Introduction: Paper Airplane: the Nakamura Lock

About: Typical deadmau5-inspired electronic music artist. Not doing anything good at the moment, mainly experimental crap and Sytrus fuckery.

This is one of the best paper airplanes that I've ever made. It is moderately simple to fold and a very good flier. It is a gentle glider with a "flat" front so if it ever crashes the front won't crinkle up like it would on a airplane with a pointy tip. TIP: If you ever have a Nerf war, you can put a Nerf velcro dart in The Nakamura Lock and throw it at someone. This is very fun.

You like? Well let's get foldin'.

Step 1: What You'll Need

This step shows you what you need. A sheet of paper, a pen or pencil, and a ruler. USE A RULER! I DON'T HAVE ONE.

Step 2: Body

Time to fold up the body of the airplane. This is the hardest step. READ ALL NOTES!!!!!

Step 3: Final Folds

Time to finish up the plane. Again, READ ALL NOTES!!!!!!

Step 4: You're Done!!!

Yay, you finnished an awesome paper airplane. Not much to say here, so, go throw it around!

3 People Made This Project!

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18 Discussions

The dog is cute!

Great Job! I myself am an engineer and seeing you explain something so simple that works is most impressive!

ah,can I ask why the finishing picture has a dog on it?

Just made it. Flies very smoothly.

There's a secret to making that particular plane fly better.  I'll let you look around for it. 

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Interesting, I've been making a very similar plane design I call the PhoeniX, or the Eagle X, which is like this but uses a much more simple and crisp wing design, which is also related to the Delta, a twist on the classic Dart.

my brother wants to know if you poked the dogs eye out with ur paper plane O_O

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