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Hedgehog Asse

Hedgehog Asse

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Published by: magicgero on Jun 15, 2010
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Thank you for downloading this paper craft model of the South African Hedge-hog. By matching the names and numbered parts in the instructions, you andyour family can complete a paper craft model of this rare and precious animal.
Assembly instructions: Seven A4-sized sheets.Paper craft: Three A4-sized sheets with 15 parts in all
These instructions apply only to the "South African Hedgehog."These Paper Craft parts are easier to work with when printed out on strong,thick paper (like postcard stock).*In creating these Paper Craft models we use 135kg Kent paper stock (0.18mm).
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Items of Caution
*Take care when using sharp or pointed objects or whenusing bladed cutting tools. Place a heavy sheet of paperunder the paper you want to cut.*Use glue and other adhesives only in well-ventilatedareas.*When printing, use a slightly reduced font size. Theremay be differences in dimensions, depending on the typeof printer used.
Tools and materials needed
-Ruler - scissors - blade cutter or "Exacto-knife" - awl orother pointed tool (for making a folding crease) - felt pen- pin set - glue - hand towel ( for cleaning your fingers) -dictionary or other heavy book ( to press the papers flat).*Cut carefully with cutting blade, Exacto-knife orscissors.*For folding parts, first use an awl or other pointedtool to make a light crease along the dotted or solidline. This will make the folds straight. Avoid makingstrong creases, as this will cause the paper to tear.*As an adhesive, white wood glue is recommended.Avoid over application as this may cause the paperto wrinkle.*Before beginning assembly, test adhesive amountson extra paper.*Occasionally, white spots will be apparent on foldsand cuts. Use a marker or pencil to fill in these spots.It is recommended that this be done after each stageof assembly because coloring becomes more diffi-cult once parts are assembled.
To begin
How to assemble
One - point Advice
*Follow the working method and markings carefully.*Cut carefully along the outter line with cutting blade,Exacto-knife or scissors.
Basic working method and markings
Fold along these lines. The printedsurface should be on the outside of the folded shape.
Solid lines
Fold along these lines. The printedsurface should be on the inside of the folded shape.
Broken linesDotted line
Cut along these lines.Do not fold or cut the partsmarked .Cut out parts marked with an as-terisk(*).Red dots are the reference positionsfor gluing surfaces.
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Reference photoReference photoReference photo
.Assembly of Head
Fold each relevant part according to the assembly symbols.
.Assembly of Mouth
.Assembly of Ears
*Assemble each part in pairs.
Right (3)Left (4)
Fold or CurveGlue
Indication of Working Methods
Please refer to the "Basic working methodand markings" symbol chart on Page 2 toassemble each part.
Instructions for South African Hedgehog

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