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We had a little time to spruce up the lab…Clean up the toxic spill on level 3? Perhaps another day. Deal with the rampaging laser-cut bot burning through the steel door in room 224? It's on the list. Construct a giant cardboard rocket? Yes please.

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When we score, we like to score big…sheets of paper that is. After building hundreds of Panel Posters, we found rulers and similar tools just didn't cut it. So we designed the "Big Score" to make scoring full sheets of paper fast, easy, and precise.

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Lab minions wear a lot of bling around their necks, but not in the lab. So we created a simple, tiny holder to store jewelry, earbuds and similar stuff on vertical surfaces any way you want.

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Some gamers need a Railgun, others choose an M1A1, most seem to desire an Energy Sword...but what we need is a pickaxe! That's right, our current favorite diversion from lab work is Minecraft. We didn't want the fun to stop on the screen, so we created giant, 3-D, papercraft Minecraft terrains on our walls and show you how to build your own.

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We like to be prepared for an alien invasion...Nerf guns loaded, extra rations of nachos packed away, and a Klingon dictionary in the back pocket. Unfortunately, such preparations tend to be forgotten in the routine of day-to-day life. As a subtle reminder, we created giant, 3-D, papercraft Space Invaders on our walls, and just so everyone is prepared, we show you how to build your own.

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Giant posters are epic, but so are the costs. The printing, the mounting, the destruction to the wall. So we developed a technique to build and mount huge, professional-looking posters without the expense and destruction.

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We grew tired of the "Tool Drawer of Doom" gobbling up just the tool we needed at the moment we needed it. So we created a tiny, powerful, magnetic tool holder to store tools on walls and other vertical surfaces any way we wanted.

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After playing with high voltage, caustic chemicals, and overcooked burritos we like to take a break and play with...paper. One of our favorite papercraft sites is Cubeecraft which has an awesome collection of papercraft fan art. We combine Cubeecraft artwork, some magnets, and a poster magnet board to make a large, 3-D, reconfigurable, Super Mario magnet board.

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Keep your cappuccino hot, not your laptop. Every time we snuck out to our local coffee shop to dislodge a creative jam, the coffee was hot and so were the laptops. Other risers were too bulky to tote along, so we created our own.

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Video games are awesome, but the "tangly mess" of controllers on the floor isn't. So, we created an inexpensive, easy to use device to store all our Wii, Xbox, and PlayStation controllers on walls, cabinets, or any other vertical surface.

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We constantly ran into a CD scatter problem in our gaming area. Storage systems never worked for us, so we created a small, magnetic holder to organize and display CDs any way we wanted.

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