Build

Step-by-step instructions to build stuff we created.

We show you how to build giant 3-D Minecraft terrains on your wall using simple, raised papercraft panels. If you need more help, check out the support forum or send us your question.


We show you how to build giant 3-D Space Invader figures on your wall using simple, raised papercraft panels. If you need more help, check out the support forum or send us your question.


We show you how to generate, print, and build a Panel Poster. If you need more help, check out the support forum or send us your question.


We show you how to use PosteRazor to convert an image into a file that can be built into a Panel Poster. If you need more help, check out the support forum or send us your question.


We show you how to use Block Posters to convert an image into a file that can be built into a Panel Poster. If you need more help, check out the support forum or send us your question.


We show you how to use Rasterbator Standalone to convert an image into a file that can be built into a Panel Poster. If you need more help, check out the support forum or send us your question.


We show you how use Rasterbator to convert an image into a file that can be built into a Panel Poster. If you need more help, check out the support forum or send us your question.


We combine papercraft fan art with magnets and a poster magnet board to make a cool, 3-D, reconfigurable display of our favorite video game.


We show you how to build your own Wall Clip to store video game controllers on the wall.


We show you how to build a magnet board using a 24 x 36 in. plastic poster frame. These frames are inexpensive, fit common poster sizes, and single tin sheet usually can be purchased in this size. You can scale the design up or down for other sizes of frames as desired.


We show you how to build your own disc mount in less than 10 seconds to store and display your favorite CD's and DVD's.


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