Cardboard

Author: Emma Hardy
Publisher: Southwater Pub
ISBN: 9781842159385
Size: 53.91 MB
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Includes a comprehensive guide to cardboard and to the basic materials, equipment adn techniques needed to complete all the projects.

Cardboard In Architecture

Author: Mick Eekhout
Publisher: IOS Press
ISBN: 1586038206
Size: 50.58 MB
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The Department of Building Technology at the Faculty of Architecture at TU Delft is studying and developing cardboard as a potential building material on a broad, systematic and where possible comprehensive basis. The guiding research question is: "How can cardboard be used in both architectural and structural terms as a fully fledged building material, making use of the material-specific properties?" An exploratory phase from 2003 to 2005 - including an outdoor pilot structure (multi-shed), a pilot pavilion accommodating, an exhibition, workshops on resistance to fire and to damp, a first patent (KCPK), the design of an interior wall (Besin) and the publication of this book - was concluded by an international symposium attended by both the paper industry and the building industry. This publication comprises the report on that symposium.

Cardboard

Author: Daniel Nunn
Publisher: Raintree
ISBN: 1406226858
Size: 38.23 MB
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This series discusses what happens to common household items when you throw them in the bin, and then looks at fun things that the reader could make out of them.

Cool Cardboard Instruments To Make Play

Author: Dennis Waring
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
ISBN: 9781895569629
Size: 70.87 MB
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Provides instructions to make musical instruments from cardboard, including stringed instruments such as simple guitars and lutes, wind instruments such as flutes, and percussion instruments such as box drums.

The Cardboard Boat Book

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Publisher: Dave Friant
ISBN: 1439224951
Size: 33.45 MB
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A step-by-step instruction manual on how to build a lightweight 'environmentally-friendly' boat with recyclable resources. The boats simply fold up from ¼” thick cardboard obtaining their strength from the geometry of the component parts. The boats are 8-feet long, weigh about 25-pounds, and can accommodate a 250-pound person without risking structural damage. Each boat is constructed with 21-pieces of cardboard that are used to make 7-component parts. The 7 parts are assembled together with 'environmentally-friendly' contact cement and paper drywall tape. Once assembled the boats are sealed with an 'environmentally-friendly' water-based waterproof coating. No special tools are required and they are very simple to build. All of the materials used to build a boat are typically found at 'do-it-yourself' home improvement stores. The boats can be outfitted with 12-volt electric fishing motors, although they are typically propelled with traditional Kayak style paddles.

Cardboard Creatures

Author: Claude Jeantet
Publisher: F+W Media, Inc.
ISBN: 1446366324
Size: 58.81 MB
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Cardboard has never been so much fun - just look what you can make with it! So before you bin that box, take a look at the clever ideas in this exciting new book of cardboard animal projects. Light yet durable, cardboard is ideal to create on-trend animal-themed ornaments and decorative furniture that will delight both children and adults alike. Projects include mouse and tortoise storage boxes, a wolf pencil case, an elephant plant pot, even a Noah's Ark clock, an owl lampshade, a zoo chess set, cat storage drawers, a penguin side table, a lion doll's bed and more! All of the cardboard craft techniques are explained, with easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions and templates.

Cardboard Loom Weaving

Author: Harumi Kageyama
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0811768465
Size: 50.63 MB
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Start weaving today on your own handmade cardboard looms! With the instructions in this book, you are only minutes away from creating your own one-of-a-kind woven scarves, pillows, handbags, and more. Step-by-step instructions walk you through how to make simple looms from cardboard. Make flat looms, circular looms, and three-dimensional looms for tubular weaving. Then follow the instructions to learn to weave a variety of textile patterns, and make the 25 original projects. Hats, wrist warmers, boot toppers, blankets, seat cushions, pot holders, and more--there is no limit to what you can weave once you know how!

Cardboard

Author: Doug TenNapel
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
ISBN: 0545512379
Size: 23.64 MB
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Cam's down-and-out father gives him a cardboard box for his birthday and he knows it's the worst present ever. So to make the best of a bad situation, they bend the cardboard into a man-and to their astonishment, it comes magically to life. But the neighborhood bully, Marcus, warps the powerful cardboard into his own evil creations that threaten to destroy them all!

Cardboard

Author: Anna Llimos Plomer
Publisher: Salariya Publishers
ISBN: 1904194842
Size: 10.25 MB
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This series encourages children to use everyday materials in a series of exciting art projects, whether as entertaining ideas for rainy days at home, or for early school classrooms. Corrugated and plain cardboard plus some paints and glue are all kids need for making 12 exciting projects.

Cardboard

Author: Fiona Place
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0980734606
Size: 26.61 MB
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Cardboard: a woman left for dead was originally published under the title Cardboard: the strength thereof and other related matters in 1989 by Local Consumption Press. The novel was well received critically and won the National Book Council Award for New Writers in 1990. Cardboard is a book about ideas. About anorexia nervosa. It attempts to capture an 'emotional truth located in a particular time and place. To describe the complexity of one woman's emotional experience so often dismissed as merely the expression of a biological disorder or a genetic predisposition. It takes the role of language seriously. When Cardboard was first published it was ahead of its time, one of the first books to understand the importance of narrative in the recovery process. Similarly today when much of the focus on eating disorders concerns decoding the genetics and biology of the condition, Cardboard continues to provide an understanding of the individual's affective experience and the socio-cultural context in which it occurs.