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Recently I've been thinking about making a paper plane using regular A3 paper, but I'm just wondering if it would fly as easily as a regular sized paper plane or would the weight of the paper bring it down fast? If anyone here has any experience with this let me know
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>>598314
Yes
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>>598314
Nope
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>>598314
Fold one and try, dummy.
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>>598314
Been there done that. You know what it does?
Makes a bigger plane. As long as you aren’t teetering on the verge of airworthiness to begin with you’ll be fine.
Just manage your weight and structural integrity.
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>>598314
probably flies more straight if anything. I glued two A4 papers together as kid and that thing shot like an arrow





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