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Which GB insert tray to use?

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Which GB insert tray to use?

Postby qaz01 » 15 March 2021, 05:31

I like to know which gameboy insert tray I should use for my repro GB carts that are in plastic cases/holders. Can someone please let me know which insert I should use because I don't know which one is the right one since all have comments from people saying wrong size.
Also, should I use a foam brush to apply the mod podge to the box art? I was told to add it to seal the art work so it doesn't break.
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Re: Which GB insert tray to use?

Postby pierrotleouf » 18 March 2021, 10:41

Hello !
There is this one for Japanese Game-Boy cartridges, would that work?
-> https://www.nintandbox.net/index.php/fr ... _ASI(fr-en).zip/file-1915/
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Re: Which GB insert tray to use?

Postby qaz01 » 18 April 2021, 01:21

pierrotleouf wrote:Hello !
There is this one for Japanese Game-Boy cartridges, would that work?
-> https://www.nintandbox.net/index.php/fr ... _ASI(fr-en).zip/file-1915/

I tried that one as well but couldn't figure out how to fold it. I know all of them day fold on dotted line and cut in solid but I can't figure out how to fold them and I'm wasting so much if my paper. I just don't want to waste another one when I need them to make boxes with. I tried every single tray (besides the first 2) and couldn't figure out how to fold them properly. Maybe it's because I'm using a smaller paper size, I only have 8.5x11 and using the same 300 gms chipboard heavy paper I have to make boxes with.
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