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Le 2010-12-22 16:15, Marc Paré a écrit :
Le 2010-12-22 14:13, Benjamin Horst a écrit :
Hi Christoph,

Thanks for the feedback!

I've created a new version which can be downloaded from the same link
on the same page (a "1" has been appended to the filename itself):

On Dec 21, 2010, at 6:00 PM, Christoph Noack wrote:


Benjamin Horst
646-464-2314 (Eastern)

Thanks Ben. I'll give it a try and see how far it flies ... ahem ... and
check out the advertisement on the page too!

Great design!

We should maybe add in small print ... Reduce-Reuse-Recycle. Please do
recycle this page by using it for note taking.

Or something to that effect, encouraging people to use the paper plane
for another purpose.



Hi Ben:

I worked with the plane and after playing around with the design I ended up with a "learn about LO as you build and get involved" plane design. I uploaded the design here: and the construction directions are as follows (I borrowed some of the wording from your directions):


Printed paper plane page should face down in front of you before following the instructions:

1. Fold the page toward yourself along its long axis, shown as line 1. Flatten the paper again, to leave a crease. 2. Fold the top corners to the center line crease you just created. (Lines 2a and 2b.) 3. Fold the now-triangular top section of the page toward yourself along line 3.
4. Fold toward yourself along lines 4a and 4b.
5. Fold its triangular nose back toward the far side of the paper along line 5. (Line 5 is on the paper behind the piece you will fold–use its edges to determine where you’ll fold the triangular nose.) Tuck the flaps created by lines 4a and 4b under the triangular nose formed by line 5.
6. Fold the far side into triangles along lines 6a and 6b.
7. Fold both sides of the paper plane at the center line 1.
7. Fold away from yourself along lines 7a and 7b.
8. Fold toward yourself along lines 8a and 8b to form triangular stabilizers. 9. To launch your new plane, hold it from the back and push gently forward while pointed very slightly down.

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