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lego, those tiny pieces that allow you to combine into bigger structure with purposes or for fun,

am thinking about hard cardboard paper, those that people use as boxes to store thing, or those type that people throw away after unboxing their purchased products,

what kind of shape that one could cut, and then able to join them pieces by pieces to produce something usable,

eg, a chair, table, a stand,

something which is light but need some stable support, maybe alignment that resemble carbon nanotube?

but how to cut or shape this hard carbon paper into something lego like pieces?
Post 29 Apr 2016, 17:24
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maybe cut plain same-size pieces and then glue them one on one (layers) to form a cube shape, for example?
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perhaps you are thinking to much.

Many people make furniture out of cardboard,it's part of the weird re-cycle the planet craze going on right now, but they never make them into legos, the cut them into shapes that then can be glued together to create what they want to make. 10 seconds on google can bring up many ways to do this.

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zhak wrote:
maybe cut plain same-size pieces and then glue them one on one (layers) to form a cube shape, for example?


thanks zhak, i was thinking something that don't need glue, but just folding into certain shapes that able to connect other pieces strongly,
i think like those intel cpu inner brown box, they are quite hard actually.
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Coty wrote:
perhaps you are thinking to much.

Many people make furniture out of cardboard,it's part of the weird re-cycle the planet craze going on right now, but they never make them into legos, the cut them into shapes that then can be glued together to create what they want to make. 10 seconds on google can bring up many ways to do this.


thanks Coty, i tried google too,
was thinking maybe there exists certain shapes that don't need any glue but able to connect each other.
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You don't have to use glue, but it's more reliable with it.

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globego, the new thing to spike every creativity one could have,

basically we got lots of globe, maybe in the size of 5mm and 10mm, or bigger, and the connector stick,

globe has 6 or more holes and you could connect to another globe using the connector,

what i could think of now is, you coat the end of connector with some chemical, and then you insert it into the globe, the coated area will expand (Laughing) work like dick, and fill up or expand in predefined empty area inside globe,

to recycle these globe, you pull them apart by force, basically, nothing should be leave inside the globe except the chemical (the sperm), maybe user could insert another chemical into the globe holes to clean the previous chemical.

the connector could be reuse (just apply the chemical at the end of it)

i think such tiny globes should be very possible to build and available to everybody, then they could build whatever thing they want, and recycle if they dont want,
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