I got pic related as a git from some neighbors once, and I still remember it sailing through the air for such a long time...Who makes paper gliders for real here? It seems pretty cool tbqhhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RAhDLuhFFBk
Yo dawg I make these too! Usually I fuck hot bitches, but when I decide to cut loose and just relax I grab my trusted White Wings and chow the fuck down!! I am currently knee deep in some awesome card stock C-130 ass!!
>>570205For real, that's great :DI like how much the makers emphasize precision in these, and it makes me want to create a custom paper-balsa glider for fun. I also have a drone that I don't do anything with, so being a mission control of sorts would probably be a good use for it
>>569836Got one of those in about 1985 for Christmas. It came with an instruction book that had some aeronautical formulas for that type airplane. Fast forward to about 1998, I've had calculus, and I worked at mcd's, so I know that the card stock separators for nugget sauces are about the right stuff to use, and I know how to integrate to find wing areas for airplanes. I dig the old kit out, come up with a couple of designs for, say, a high altitude long range glider etc. and I actually built a couple. They kind of worked. Fun as shit. Thanks for the reminder, OP, and excuse my blog.
>>570280No need to apologize, I love hearing about this shit. It’s cool when paper and physics get together
happy new year /po/