Build Your Own Paper ALS With Print-Out Instructions and Pattern

December 6, 2012

The Advanced Light Source Communications group recently worked with the Lab’s Creative Services to create a papercraft model of the ALS. The 3-D model can be made quickly with only Scotch tape and scissors, and when completed, the top tilts off to reveal the beamlines and accelerator under the dome. The model and instructions can be downloaded here; heavier paper (i.e., #100) is needed to print pages 3-6 (the actual building parts). For more information, contact Elizabeth Moxon. Send a photo of you and your model here and we’ll post in TABL.

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2 Responses to “Build Your Own Paper ALS With Print-Out Instructions and Pattern”

  1. JTLarsen says:

    Pretty neat!

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