Y pensar que puse mi granito de arena para el armado de estos autitos, jeje. Quedaron bárbaros!
Y estoy muy, muy agradecido por tu ayuda ;)
Muy copado el blog chicos! Que buenas ideas surgen atraves del ingenio, no?De paso les queria preguntar si podrian poner o publicar algunos Links sobre Cooperativas que se dediquen al reciclaje, digo..., ya que estamos en esta movida de reutilizar y reciclar, no? Desde ya muchas gracias! Victor.
I love your blog. I work for myself in IT and sell a lot of computers. I always have lots of cardboard boxes laying around which I occasionally make stuff out of. I have my own laptop stand I made from an online template. I have an iPhone stand I made from the left over cardboard from the laptop stand.How do you cut the cardboard?I use a sharp knife like a utility knife on a hard surface that I don't mind scratching up. However I want to find a better, faster and less wasteful way to cut out the cardboard.CheersStefano http://kasplode.blogspot.com/
Victor: gracias por tu comentario. Creo que está la cooperativa El Ceibo en Capital, también me mencionaron una llamada El Álamo.Saludos!Stefano: thanks for your comment. It's fun to make things out of cardboard boxes.I cut the cardboard with a utility knife too. I'm looking forward to get some CNC machining but it's just too expensive.
I really enjoy making things out of cardboard. I am happy to be putting something to re-use that would otherwise end up in landfill.Good to hear that the utility knife is what you're using too. I never thought about a CNC machine, probably because it is so expensive. But imagine the quality and consistency of the work?Thanks for your reply. I'm following your blog for more ideas I can make out of cardboard. I didn't realise you produce these items for sale. Excellent! Why not? Make money and save the environment.
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