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#strProject# Instruction Set © Neal Crankshaw
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The components for the kit are cut by a laser into the card. To keep the parts on the card there are some small tabs that you will need to cut.

When you want to remove a piece from the card, cut through the remaining lines to release the part.

I use superglue for construction as it bonds fairly quickly (within 3 seconds) but feel free to use whatever glue you are comfortable with.

Part 1 - the base
Remove the two large circles and two of the squares. Use one square marked with a hexagon and the other marked with a pentagon. Assemble them as shown.

Glue the second set of marked squares together as shown. These are the tops and bottoms of the monolith




Remove the monolith inner walls from the frame

Fold them round the bottom base and glue the edges together

The final fold should butt into the part marked with the bisected triangle.

Remove the outer cladding from the frame

The two shapes on the left are narrower than the ones on the right.

Glue the narrower cladding pieces on as shown, on opposite sides.

Now glue the wider pieces on, as they will overlap the other pieces.

Remove the glyph circles from their frames and glue them to the monolith sides

Assemble to top as shown and glue it to the other part you onstructed in step 2. This is the lid of the monolith

The monolith is done.

You don't have to glue the lid in place

I sometimes use mine as a dice bucket.

All you need to do now is assemble the Cyborg Crystal Top

#strProject# Instruction Set © Neal Crankshaw
Available from http://www.lasercutcard.co.za
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