How to fold the world-record-setting paper airplane "Suzanne"


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Precision is key… of course. I discovered this fact as an adult, after having made lots of crappy paper airplanes in my youth. The more symmetrical it is, the straighter it flies!


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I have to say, Suzanne flies pretty well, even when I make her. (out of US letter no less)


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TIL: there’s such a thing as a “folding bone”


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It would be interesting to compare the Suzanne L(etter) to one of the many other planes John has invented called The Stinger. It was designed for the North American standard 8.5×11.


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Right, it is a ‘bone folder’ or ‘bonefolder’:


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