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Can anybody educate me about folding PE to make solid constructions? I think about lasering the parts in shape.
A buddy told me that its possible to partially remove material via laser to make it easier to fold at that spot.

Has anybody tried?
Does this work out?

Sorry if that has been asked a lot, im a visitor from /diy.
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>>548033
>>548003
Fuck, didn't mean to say you can melt it directly on metal, if using a cookie sheet or something in an oven put some parchment paper on it first. (wax paper might work but I don't know.

Also I haven't seen much done with it but recycling soda bottles and the like made of PET
plastic can also be done for more flexible sheets I'd guess and I've seen that you can adhere pieces together after boiling it for a little bit and sticking it together. as a WARNING though, this shit will release toxic fumes when melted so do that shit outside with a toaster oven and a hot plate.
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>>548035
*boiling in water
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>>548022
For you.
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>>548033
>>548035
Alright, thank you! I really never thought of recycling plastic myself, kinda assumed it's beyond DIY because of fumes and/or temperature. Gonna look into it.
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>>548033
checked

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Thread origami
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>>547993
How? Where's the link?
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>>548006
>what happens between steps 6 and 7
As indicated, you need to do steps 8 to 22 of 'the little frog', which is another diagram from the same book.
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Model in 160?
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>>548043
Tanteidan?
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>>548045
O dont like this tanteidan,this diagram is same,

Hi everybody, I have a little trouble here. I have a friend who is a skilled papercraft fan and I'd like to get something for him for Christmas. He likes to craft large, complex vehicles, cars including the engine and all the details to the top, so it needs to be something really challenging and complex. But I don't know where to find such sheets and unfortunately, here in Czech republic, it's hard to find a shop which has something special, or anything he hasn't done yet. Can you help me out? It needs to be a vehicle, a car, something industrial, machinery. Thank you very much and sorry for any mistakes, I am czech, still learning to speak english properly.
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This site has a lot of nice vehicles as well as a whole assortment of other stuff, you'll be surprised what you might come accross http://only-paper.ru/

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I have no life so I thought I'd share a purchase I made today. Found a paper guillotine at a thrift store for $10, is same type as picture though a little worse for ware. So does /po/ like paper guillotines? I now have an excuse to get into book making again I guess.
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>>548037
Mine distorts thin paper, a rollcutter lice pic works much better (for thin materials!).

I would love to hang one of these on my christmas tree but I cannot afford something like that. It was suggested that I come here because you guys might have what I'm after.

Is there a printout or something I could use to make one of these?
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>>547950
Omg at you calling them trumplets. Like tiny little trumps.
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>>547950
Thank you for folding the record
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>>547885
If I call you dumb, or otherwise say you lack intelligence, then your IQ actually lowers. This is the magic of fallacious arguments.
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I love you /po. While /pol is screaming "race war now" "day of the rope" "kys cuck" you're like that little child in the corner who comes out and is like "I made this!" and such a simple thing brings you such joy. It's something we should all learn to appreciate.
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Trump ! Trump!

Hello, do you know where I can find papercraft or cubeecraft Magic the Gathering please? Do you have any template?

So..ive been folding since the 5th grade at school. In 6th grade i was teaching other classes..nothing serious just basic folds...i was always alone the teachers wanted me to meet new kids this way but it never worked. Thats not the point. I was just weird...

Im 29 now. Still folding i can remember all these:
A squirrel
Armadillo
Elephant
Dog
Cat
A hand
Dragonfly
A bat
A sloth (pic related)
A dinosaur
A ghost phantom
A sparrow

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>>543729
no, dont leave!
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Do you have any diagrams and/or can make some to share? Sloth's pretty rad.
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I am just like you was, i'm 14 now and have no friends in my class. But making origami makes me more happy.
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>>543681
>>543722
>>543728

Woah I stumbled in here thinking there was no way people would be rude in a fucking paper folding board. How wrong I was.
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>>543679
Dragonfly pls

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Request and share books
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>>547922
¡Stupid!
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>>548024
(You)
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Does a PDF version of this exist? http://www.amiami.com/top/detail/detail?gcode=GOODS-00103150&page=top
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>>544193
Yes.
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>>544224
no
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Please
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Convert it
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>a month later and it's STILL spooky.

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Shit it's happening

Anyone have weapons-grade origami or origami shaped like dead hohol?
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>>548012
I will send you mine for 5 rupees based romanian
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>>548013
Does this include shipping?
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>>548014
It is already on its way from glorious Florida my friend
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>>548017
America you are truly the best
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>>548011
>Them Dubs
Checked

Hey, does anybody here own a laser cutter, or at least have some experience with the cheaper models? I've been planning to get a cutplotter, but ultimately I find laser cutters more interesting/useful because they are also able to cut thin wood and engrave patterns and so on.

So I was wondering... you can get really cheap models in the 50-400€ range, but I'd like to know if they are actually capable of cutting cardstock and thin wood, or if those cheap ones are really just for engraving. Is there a rough guideline how strong the laser needs to be for cutting rather than just engraving?
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>>547905
Well I gotta admit that I didn't test heavy cardstock and plastic/chipboard myself. I'm basing my prejudices on a longish review from another guy, but he went through all sorts of materials and used different weights/thickness for each sort so I'm pretty confident the results are legit. I don't want to dull my blade before I got a replacement handy. Seems that even with multiple passes there's no way to cut chipboard with the Silhouette Portrait, only score+snap, same for plastic and even photopaper cardstock and so on.
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>>546748

i've looked into this model too, seems that it's a nightmare to get the mirrors aligned.

Would like to know if anyone has first-hand experience of this.
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>>547915
Do you have a link? I'm curious what the weight and thickness of the materials are shooting for because lemons are common with Silhouette machines (seems common with lots of cutters marketed towards scrapbookers in that price range) so if a machine is having trouble with certain materials you may want to contact the manufacturer or return it. Silhouette machines do have many limitations (I can go on with things I really hate about them and the company), but I think for the cost they handle a decent amount of material. Very thin plastics are possible, which may be useless to you if you need them to be quite thick, but it's inaccurate to say that it cannot so any plastics at all. Again with chip board, what weight and thickness? I don't think it can do really heavy stuff, just some lightweight to med weight stuff. I don't know what brand of photo cardstock was tested, but I have some plastic photo film for light boxes that is labeled as 7 mil (about 0.1778 mm) that gets clean cuts with two passes. I also managed to cut some copper clad flex pcb material as a test, I wouldn't recommend it but it did cut all the way around after multiple passes.

This forum thread was what convinced me to buy one, lots of people cutting heavy cardstock and thin plastics. Most of the Silhouette owners in this thread have the cameo, but the blade pressure and everything should be the same for the portrait: http://www.rmweb.co.uk/community/index.php?/topic/79025-a-guide-to-using-the-silhouette-cameo-cutter/

I'm planing on getting an Epilog Zing soon, once I move after the new year and can actually have ventilation set up for it, but I still see myself using my Silhouette a fair bit.
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>>547976
Interesting that you would mention lemons, my Portrait machine already has trouble with cutting certain 160gsm cardstock - and with a fresh blade, I've used that thing only a few times since I got it. Which is disappointing and weird because the specifications say 300gsm should work. Maybe it's just the blade, I'll order a new one, and if that doesn't improve things I'll try to contact the seller about it.
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>>547976
>>548004
About the review link, I didn't ignore your question but sadly I didn't set a bookmark... gonna try to find it...

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日本ではバスケットボールの人気はあまりない。
しかし君たちの国では人気がありますか?

私はこんなポップアップカードを作りました。
面白いですか?感想が欲しい。
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a6FiGIwWtPM
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Basketball is not very popular in Japan.
But are you popular in your country?

I made this pop-up card.
Is it interesting, I'd like some feedback.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a6FiGIwWtPM
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>>547969
>>547968
美しくて面白いです。 米国でのカードの購入はどこですか? どのナイフ?悪い日本語すみません。
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That's pretty cool.

I've looked everywhere and can't find anything the artist is called Ingrid Siliakus she does some cool stuff but wondering if she had any templates or does she keep this stuff secret?
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Wow, the designs in this thread are incredible. First time I've ever heard of 切り紙.
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I made some stuff like this a while ago, even designed a pattern once, lost it tho
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Does anyone have any Christmas Kirigami they would like to post? Tis the season, and I would be much obliged!
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>>547996
I was referring to Christmas related templates...
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>>547996
>>547997
Seconding this. I've seen lots of nice stuff on pinterest, but most of the time those fags only post finished pictures, not the templates.

Hello /po/

I'm looking for a pepakura file of a french Bulldog model .

I find PDF ones, but i want pdo to modify texture and make it looks like my bulldog.

Someone has something I can use?

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Welp, my fat ass ate 6/8 slices and got too full to finish the rest. Now I have a box that is too big to put in my minifridge. I could be a normal human being and wrap it on a plate or stick it in the kitchen fridge, but that's no fun. Does /po/ know how to make this big box into a little box?
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>>547444
checked
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>>547722
Checked
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>>545830
good job
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>>547983
TotallyTito is that u?
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>>547666
thanks, satan



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