How To Makedo
The perfect material for creative construction!
Cardboard gives form and is pliable enough for small hands to manipulate.
Cardboard can be folded, sawed and hole punched while maintaining its durability.
Cardboard is a readily available, free and unlimited building block that can be recycled and reused.
TIPS & TRICKS
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A collection of project ideas, creations, case studies and more. This ever-expanding Makedo creative community resource will stimulate the inventiveness and imagination of the learner.
The possibilities of Makedo are infinite so use these ideas as springboards for makers of all ages to find their own ways to build, create and experiment. See more at:
Print freely available 3D parts to extend the capabilities of Makedo well into the future.
Get some truly kinetic action with this free swinging hinge. Doors, windows, trapdoors, drawbridges... they all hinge on you having this thing. Uses 2-3 SCRUs.
Secure cardboard at fixed angles from 90 to 270 degrees. Each bracket to be used in conjunction with 2x Makedo SCRUs.
Combines features from our SCRUDRIVER and SAFE-SAW into one super useful little tool. Slip it on your finger and go pro with your Makedo making skills.
For large scale builds, print this bit to enable use with an electric screwdriver.