Inventor's House Paper Model PDF
Dave Graffam Models
28MM-30MM SCALE: This paper model is easy to assemble, requiring just cardstock sheets to print on (110# or 199gsm cardstock recommended), scissors, hobby knife and ordinary glue. It may look complicated, but every part of the Inventor's House is simple to assemble on its own, and putting it together is just a matter of building up the simple shapes into the complete structure you see here.
Step-by-step instructions are provided. Also included are tips and advice for printing at various popular gaming and model railroad scales. These graphics are high-quality 300dpi resolution, so they'll look sharp at any size.
MULTI-LAYERED PDFs: The Inventor's House features multiple texture layers, putting you in control over the final look of your model before you print. If you like, you can print several versions of this model and scatter them around your gaming table. If you don't like the rooftop platform, that's okay -- it's just an option. You can leave it off entirely and create a much more normal looking building. Many looks are possible with this one kit.
You get all of these texture options:
SINGLE-LAYERED PDFs: For your printing convenience, this model includes a prepared version that's easy to print right away.
GSD CUTTER FILES: This download includes GSD cutting files for automated cutting machines.
SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS: You'll need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader 7.0 or later in order to use the PDFs. The free Silhouette Studio 1.5.0 is needed to use the GSDs.
DIMENSIONS: When all of the optional components are used (annex, rooftop experiments platform), this model's footprint is 4" x 9.25", and it stands 11.5" high.
FREE ADD-ON: Give the Inventor's House an upgrade with the FREE Observatory Model! Just check my free model listings and download your copy. It's designed to fit perfectly on the rooftop platform and is a great finishing touch to this building.
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