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Very fast, long range and stable, the UltraDagger is a very small but capable dart paper airplane developed from the older and larger HyperDagger.

The UltraDagger was developed as an interceptor variant of the HyperDagger with very high wing loading in an effort to improve stability and airframe rigidity further. The new design was conceived before a physical prototype was made, so as a result, the first UltraDagger was actually made from a HyperDagger I rebuilt and converted for testing. Despite the airframe being fairly old and somewhat worn, the new design was shown to be very promising. I continued testing with new built prototypes and after these upheld the previous showing of capability in testing, I decided the design was worthy of publication.

TAA USAF Designation: F364-1

Step 1: Materials

Picture of Materials

Required:
1 Piece of 8.5 by 11 inch (or 8.5 by 8.5 inch) Paper

Tape

Scissors (unless your paper is square)

Pencil

Ruler

milonelson3 years ago

OSUMM keep it up .. great work

yemarrius3 years ago

what the fuck awesome most of my friends loved this magnificent project

Horef3 years ago

Wish there was a video of it flying :(

Lordnomi3 years ago

It works !!! learned a new way to make a paper plane !!!!!!!!!!

mirecxp made it!3 years ago

Stable and fast as a beast. :) Great. :)

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potasmic made it!3 years ago

Good one! I tried making it. Successful. I did some simple test indoor, and a little bit outdoor. I'll test it out tomorrow. Its flight path seems to curve, not sure if I made it correctly since it's a darting one.

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OrigamiAirEnforcer (author)  potasmic3 years ago

If the flight path is curving, you might want to make sure the canards have not been bent. Because of their position at the front of the aircraft, the canards can be inadvertently adjusted by impacts easily.

j.d.a.h1999 made it!3 years ago

I added a lot of tape but it works very nice, thank you the instructions

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OrigamiAirEnforcer (author)  j.d.a.h19993 years ago

It looks like you made some modifications as well. Was the angle of incidence the only thing changed? :?

-OAE

Knarez3 years ago

Contrary to the guy complaining about the instructions, I thought you did a nice job. Made for some easy foldin', and the plane flies great for me!

the instructions are not very clear

If you tell me what parts are trouble you, I can help you.

-OAE