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Paper Aeroplanes and Wing-Tip Fins – A few things to consider.

When I meet other paper aeroplane enthusiasts (generally in smoke filled rooms, or dimly lit car parks) a debate I occasionally get into is whether putting wing-tip fins on paper aeroplanes is a good idea. As can be seen by a quick glance, some … Continue reading

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Folding for The Keel Effect and Directional Stability

If you want to start making your own paper aeroplane designs, here’s one very useful, but also very simple, fold that you might want to incorporate. It’s a fold that helps give paper aeroplanes lateral stability by shifting the centre … Continue reading

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