How to make a Paper Airplane that Flies Far - Paper Airplanes
The Cooper paper airplane taught in this video is my creation.
This inspired me to name it the Cooper
Paper that I use:
This paper airplane will reach the maximized ability to fly large distances if it is precisely folded and thrown correctly.
Read the following instructions for folding and throwing this paper plane.Folding:
These easy instructions are shown step by step.
I recommend to process all steps mentally before starting to fold.
The lines created by the folds have to be used for orientation during folding the next steps.
All folds have to be symmetrical.
Smooth the paper to prevent waves before you make the next fold.Throwing:
Keep in mind that you experience the best flights on dry and windless days.
Paper is susceptible to moisture and powerless against wind.
Just as there are different grips and swings in golf, all paper planes must also be held and thrown correctly.
The best grip position is often the center of gravity (find it).
Nevertheless, it is important to try different grip positions to get the best results possible.
To achieve your expected flight, experiment with throwing the paper airplane in different intensities and angles (best: 30° and 45°).Used paper size:
Use any type of European DIN A4 - 80 g/m², 29 cm x 21 cm - that is ordinary office paper used for the printer.Safety note:
Throw your paper airplane only when there is nobody in range to avoid damaging collisions. ;)
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