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How to make a Paper Helicopter that Flies

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Is it a bird or a helicopter? Did you ever wonder what would happen to a helicopter if the engine stopped while it was flying? No, it wouldn’t fall out of the sky.

The Paper Helicopter is a unique design for a vehicle with a spinning vertical descent. Stand on a chair or other high place and just drop it. One way to decorate it is as a jet-pack flier.

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You’ll find his tail and his head separately under More Wings & Tails. All you have to do is match up the two halves at the appropriate points and he’s ready to fly. To easily customize this flier, change his uniform and add markings to his helmet. Another appropriate design for this is a helicopter design. Jettipped ‘copter blades can be found in the Hardware file. The air flowing through the blades would … Continue reading

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Posted Apr 09, 2017 at 10:36pm

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Origami-Kids is a web site specifically for plane and boat lovers and is organised neatly to display over 50 models of gliders, hunters, vortexes, tumbling planes and boats. Each paper model is pictured in detail, along with instructions on how to make them fly. The categories mentioned above are according to the type of planes — for e.g., hunters would fly fast whereas gliders would cover long distance by staying afloat in the air for longer.

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