This aeronautical masterwork is created - crafted with genuine 100-percent cardboard. It is measured at 28-in (length) x 20-in (width).
Not a member? You should
Already have an account?
To make the experience fit your profile, pick a username and tell us what interests you.
based on your interests.
Choose more interests.
Step #1: Find and locate a simple cardboard box. Note: depending on the size of the product you desire to build will influence the actual box size as selected.
Step #2: Search on the world wide web for images of the F-22 Raptor Jet which inspired the design of this design work -- RC Model.
Step #3: Download or capture images of the jet: i.e., front-side, rear-side, starboard-side, aport-side plus the underbelly-side, and an aerial perspective.
Step #4: Make sure you have an Exacto Knife with substantive blades, glue, Krazy Glue, pen, pencil, ruler, and cutting board.
Step #5: After printing out the images of the various photographic angles of the jet then cut them out with scissors.
Step #6: Glue each cut-out piece onto the cardboard.
Step #7: Cut out the cardboard shape.
Step #8: Determine where the vital folds are to be made.
Step #9: Determine which piece is to connect with its counterpart.
Step #10: Glue the pieces together.
Step #11: Paint the final completed craft.
Step #12: If so choose, attach decals.
Step #13: Congratulations. A completed piece of aeronautical workmanship!
View all instructions
Create an account to leave a comment.
Already have an account?
All of these form variations will be used for combustion purposes and therefore converted into an environmentally safe biofuel or energy source.
Are you sure? yes | no
Last, the most important takeaway or thing to remember is that the cardboard can be used in a disintegrated form, physical form, or in liquidized form, Fyi. Thanks!
The purpose of this innovation-driven project is to demonstrate just one of the many benefits of recycling cardboard. Yes, simple cardboard which comes in many variations relative to thickness and grain-density. Perhaps you have seen what seemed to be a simple, and not-so-exceptional cardboard box at your local Home Dept Store. well, it is our hypothesis and to say the least, a proven belief that cardboard can and should be recycled. The focus of this project is to show how cardboard can be used to construct other important items such as this F-23 Rapteur - A1 Super 5th or 6th-generation DARPA Jet. But, also if and when inserted into chemical processes can be made into Biofuel. Just look at how abundant cardboard is in our world. So there will never be a need for more supply! Would you agree? Thank you in advance! -Claude E Bonet, Ph.D.-
Become a member to follow this project and never miss any updates
© 2022 Hackaday
Yes, delete it
You are about to report the project "Radio Controlled (RC) F-23 Rapteur-A.", please tell us the reason.
Your application has been submitted.
Are you sure you want to remove yourself as
a member for this project?
Project owner will be notified upon removal.