Amazing Ninja Tri-Star Boomerang! (Flies Back)

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In this video, I’m going to show you how to make an Amazing 3-Pointed (Triple Bladed) Boomerang I designed and named the “Ninja Tri-Star Boomerang” because it’s like a Ninja Star with three points that returns to you! It can also hover or “helicopter” downwards after it comes back, making it really easy to catch!

When I made this, I also challenged Jeremy Shafer to make his own version of a 3-Pointed Boomerang. You can see his video here:

Using a single 8.5″ x 11″ Letter-Sized Printer Sheet, we will first turn the paper into an Equilateral Triangle. This involves just some simple folding and lining the paper which I explain. I also give some measurements (in case you want to just measure the triangle to be extra accurate).

We will then make some folds and create a sort of “Windmill Base” on the triangle, then flipping it over and doing the same. Once we finish folding, we will then fold down the overhanging “Air Foils” or flaps which help to make the boomerang spin in a circle.

At the end, I go over how to properly throw the Ninja Tri-Star Boomerang and modify it so it flies well.

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48 thoughts on “Amazing Ninja Tri-Star Boomerang! (Flies Back)

  1. Wtf, I watched your videos when I was in 2nd grade, now I'm about to be a junior in high school and you still make awesome content like this! I remember one day back in 2nd grade when I gave my entire class different origami creations made using your tutorials, good times

  2. Your house is too big and u have freedom to fly it anywhere but in my house it get stopped by a ceilling fan walls bed etc T_T when I shift to new home then i think i can fly it freely :)(

  3. Rob……………. I have something to tell you

  4. This is so awesome!!!!!!! Also, for all the lefties out there, I tried this out. When you fold the edges to the marks that are 1/4 of an inch away, fold them up instead of down.

  5. I love how nobody is answering the bonus question. The answer is the formula for the equilateral triangle. The area for any rectangle is simply h x w, but since every rectangle can be split into two triangles, its one half of h x w (in this case h is base). The answer is therefore, 41.4375
    as a decimal. Thanks for the awesome boomerang, Rob!

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