Tardis : Laser cut cardboard version
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If you don't have access to a laser cutter, you might want to look up one of your local corrugated board suppliers or a box manufacturer. Most plants have a designer on staff with a cutting table. A cutting table can cut from DXF files with minor conversion, or directly from an HPG or ACS file. If the designer is a bit of geek (very likely), he or she may cut it for you for free from scrap stock if you let them use the file how they want.
Also, it's called "corrugated board", "corrugated paperboard" or just "corrugated" when it has the liner paper(s) combined with a fluted or corrugated paper.
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Ask for photos if you'd like some assembly instructions if you'd like some, I'll go dumpster diving for some more cardboard and build another one.
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