FLYING – HANDAfter a paper dove, the boys are starting to build paper airplanes and send them flying from the balconies of the upper floors. Here it is born the love for model airplanes?
We offer the manufacture of two ordinary typewritten sheets of paper a model of the aircraft with the “swept” wing. The first sheet will go to “fuselage”. Add it along (1) to obtain the Central (axial) line, which will focus on subsequent actions. To it it is bendable alternately the upper corners of the sheet (2) and again, the resulting new angles, again to a centerline (3). Part of the sharp mountain, about 30 mm, is bent back and formed a shape folded in half along the center, retreating from it about 15 mm (4), is bent back each half will receive a 5.
Now take the second sheet, but add it than along and across (6). To the fold line alternately bends top corners, and then they lower so that they coincided with the first hypotenuse angles (7). Received a diamond-shaped figure (8) fold in half inside out (axial), and, taking her by 15 mm, is bent back both halves of (9).
Now this second figure put in the crease of the first (10) and the bottom anchoring stationery staples (11), or staples, using a staple gun. However, clips is more convenient that moving them, it is possible to adjust the balancing of the model when the test runs, adding them in the nose. To ensure a smoother flight the angles of the wings need to bend, as shown in figure (12), they will act as rudders.

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