Model Rocket Origami: Using Paper in Unusual Ways to Make Unusual Rockets

Model Rocket Origami. Using Paper in Unusual Ways to Make Unusual Rockets … the pattern is transfered to Bristol Board, you can begin to cut …

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Model Rocket Origami: Using Paper in Unusual Ways to Make Unusual Rockets
Paper is truly a wonderful building material for model rockets. Did you ever really sit down and think about its characteristics? It is light weight, strong, accepts almost any type of glue, can be easily painted, and is both bio-degradable and recyclable. When used in the construction of a rocket, it is one of the safest materials to use, because if it hits something, it crumples in on itself without shattering. This is the best way to rid the kinetic energy of rocket with the least amount of damage.
The variety of paper types is immense; as defined by its construction and material components. For example, think of all the different types of paper products: tissue paper, wax paper, newsprint, crepe paper, cotton rag paper, bond paper, light cardstock, heavy cardstock, corrugated cardboard, Bristol Board, and molded paper products; to name just a few. And papers comes in even larger assortments of weights, colors, textures, and finish coatings. For component materials, paper can be made from a wide variety of organic materials: wood pulp, cotton fibers, and the latest craze; hemp fibers

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