stand up video game machines How to Make a Cardboard Cutout Stand Up

by:BLEE     2019-06-30

Did you create your own life?Size the cardboard cut or get a premade version and it won't stand up on its own.Make your own cardboard stand with waste wood or use cardboard as a portable choice for easy disassembly.The wood provides a stable support for the cardboard holder or cut-out, so that you can even use the display outdoors on fairly calm days.A four-by-The four provide sufficient height, width and weight, and can even be used to secure a tall cut-out;If you can't find or cut wood of this size, please cut two of the same woodby-Stick them together with glue.Cut the wood so that it is about 2 inch shorter than the width at the bottom of the cut.Place the clean wood on the horizontal level and then place the cut in front so the wood touches the bottom of the cut-The wood should be centered behind the cut.Nail the cut every few inches to the wood near the top and bottom of the board.Then pick up the cut carefully and press the wood on it at the same time to move it to the desired position.Ask a friend for help in order to move more easily.If needed, add additional support to the tall cut by sticking a thin strip (such as a tomato stake) vertically to the center on the back of the cut.Add additional support before connecting the base Wood.There's also a choice, cut an inchdeep, 1/4-inch-Wide groove in the center of the wide plate matching the width of the cut.Slide the cut into the wooden base.Use cardboard as a cut bracket--This is a simple, customizable material that does not require a saw.Cut a piece of waste corrugated board into a high, slightly curved shape similar to the vertical cut bell shape.The height of the new cardboard should be more than half the height of the cut and should be at least 12 inch wide at the bottom.Form a 2 inch ruler from the vertical straight edge of the cardboard, and then rate the cardboard with a tool knife, so that it is easier to fold.Fold narrow edges inward-In the end, it should be able to stand 90-degree angle.Cut 2 or 3 inch flaps from the top, all the way to the fold line, to create another flap that folds in the opposite direction.Stick the flaps to the back of the cardboard--One points to the right, one points to the left, leaving the largest piece of cardboard perpendicular to the cut.Fix the cardboard together using wood glue or school glue.When the glue dries, place heavy objects like heavy books on either side of the bracket to make sure it dries at the right angle.The separate paper plate that can be removed for storage provides a more portable base for your cut.The disadvantage is that the base can be seen from the front.Cut a rectangular piece of cardboard from a large box, such as a flap.Depending on the size of the cut, the cardboard should be at least 24 inch long and 8 inch high.Fold the cardboard in half so that it is 12 inch long, or half the original length.The cut at the bottom of the cut is a few inches from each side and 4 inch deep.Cut the matching slit at the top of each half of the folded cardboard.Expand the cardboard slightly and match the slit on the holder with the cut on the back of the cut.The folding of the cardboard is pointed out, so it forms a triangle together with the cut.Stick a strong disk magnet to the "spine" area of the incision.If you use the cut-out outdoors, place the magnetic metal ruler or the shepherd's hook plant hanger on the ground so that it can stand freely.Align the magnet with the metal so that the cardboard can stand on its own.Please place low for indoor versionOutline file cabinet or metal toolbox behind the cut.
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