Set your filament aside and expand your creative horizons to the artful world of structural papercraft, thanks to this thoughtful read by Paul Jackson.
You’re reading Stuff, All3DP’s new regular post covering the surprising, cool and outright useful things we encounter week in week out. Not always new or directly relating to 3D printing, although most often it is, think of Stuff as our watercooler moment, telling you about this one cool thing we found that we have to share.
Making light work of the theory behind structural papercraft, this nifty tome contains all you need to start designing your own funky three-dimensional paper packaging.
Covering theory with easy to follow templates and clear explanations of concepts Structural Packaging toes the line between informational and artistic, with the result for you being the ability to fold strong 3D shapes out of card and paper.
At 128 pages, it’s none too brief, running long enough to imbue useful and applicable theory, even without picking up a sheet of paper to try the shapes out.
License: The text of "[STUFF] Structural Packaging: Design Your Own Boxes and 3D Forms" by All3DP is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
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