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LibreOffice Paper Plane Update

I’ve made a major update to the LibreOffice Paper Plane design, which you can download here: LibreOffice Paper Plane 2 (ODG) or PDF.

The folding instructions are now included within the ODG file on a second page, and I’ve included photos of each step in the folding process. This should help clarify some of the more tricky steps, and show what the final result is intended to look like!

This file is sized for US Letter, but stretching it to print on A4 should work equally well. Further, the lines run right to the edge of the paper, which many printers cannot accommodate; however, on all test printers only a small amount of non-essential information has been lost, which does not harm the plane creation.

Feedback and custom variations are welcome! (This file is licensed CC-BY-SA. Please link to this blog post if you share derivations online.)

2 Responses to “LibreOffice Paper Plane Update”

  1. Fabian Rodriguez Says:
    January 8th, 2011 at 3:04 pm

    Great idea, it looks great! The text should say “free, open source software…”. Can you please also post a PDF when updating it ?

  2. Benjamin Horst Says:
    January 23rd, 2011 at 11:59 pm

    Fabian–thanks for the feedback. I’ve now added the PDF download option.