PFM A5 v2.0: A Paper Airplane Folding Machine Gun




As a kid, we learned how to fold paper airplanes using our very own hands. Happy are we then, as we see it able to fly and glide soaring in the air. Recently, someone unveiled a new version of his own creation, a machine gun with a joyful functionality by firing series of paper airplanes in the air.


Dieter Michael Krone made his first paper airplane folding machine way back in 2004. After couple of years, he’s back for its version 2.0 with an evident design and performance improvements. The PFM A5 v2.0 was made using a 3D-printed components combined with some parts that were purchased. Built to fold and shoot 120 papers airplanes in just one minute.  Just feed 200 sheets of A5 size paper at the back of PFM A5 v2.0, prepare to pull the trigger and its ready to fire-off Paper Airplanes.



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