Want to start your own retro computer series for free?Good graphic designer [Rocky Bergen]of Collection of paper craft models May be the answer. [Rocky] More than a dozen models of old computers have been designed, including classic computers such as IMSAI 8080, Commodore Pet and BBC microcomputers, to name a few.
The full dimensions of these models are not mentioned, but checking the PDF file of the randomly selected Commodore C64 model shows that it is intended to be printed on A3 paper (297 x 420 mm, or approximately 11 x 17 ANSI C size). If you think it is in inches The unit is better).This still doesn’t give us the final size of a model, but a collector posted it in [Rocky]When he scales it to A4 paper, the generated computer perfectly matches the common 1/6 scale dolls and dollhouses (also known as game scales). Of course, the pattern exists in the form of a computer PDF file, and you can scale it to any size you want.
We have introduced some paper craft projects in the past, including these cool automata, claws in crane games, and even real spinning gyroscopes.Check the video below the break time to see [Rocky] Assemble the Apple II paper model.thanks [CollegeCop] Send it to our tip.