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[SNES] Make a Super Nintendo Box

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[SNES] Make a Super Nintendo Box

Postby Nightwarex » 05 April 2015, 21:16

Tutorial made by exocil.
translated by Nightwarex.


Hello, here is a tutorial to build a SUPER NINTENDO game box . A synthesis of the various tutorials already on the site that I hope will serve to newcomers.

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[Reveal] Spoiler: Print, cut and paste
So you need a little material ...
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Cheap photo paper.

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Print the box you want

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Take a transparent sticker plasticizer cheap and an a guitar pick.

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Enough plasticizer is cut to cover the front and the back of the future box set.



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During lamination, we take off the grid bracket as you glue the plasticizer to avoid the formation of bubbles.

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With the help of the guitar pick, we just remove air microbubbles.


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Cut the excess parts


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Now, we take a Canson paper.

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Was cut in the coming paste Canson what subsequently both our parts box.


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We take the spray glue.


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On the back of our bomb both sides box.

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It is ready to be pasted.

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Is stuck on the rough side of the drawing paper for better grip and made more fun and smoother from inside the box.

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Positioning our side box on the drawing paper.

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Is covered with a white sheet.

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Pressing a corner, we just remove air bubbles with the fist.

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Taking full of books or directories.

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We stacked them on both sides of box that has just paste and allowed to dry for 24 hours.


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This is what you get.

[Reveal] Spoiler: Folding and assembling the box
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With a ruler and cutteur the box is cut. If you rely on the good ruler and that your blade is new, you will have a perfect fit.


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It starts to take shape.

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Now we just cut the rounded scissors.

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If we take our time and that applies, the result will be better.

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Once at 90 °, placing the ruler on the other side and performing a turning movement.

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Do not hesitate to support.

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Obtained with this technique beautiful folds, fold all slices tongue and both sides of your box.

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Taking the adhesion of the tongue side of the box and be folded at the place and in reverse.

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When we put it flat it gives us a little relief that will be handy for bonding.

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Taking the glue.

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One puts on the adhesive tab.

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Positioning the back of the box.

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The assembly is placed under a pile of books about twenty minutes.


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This is what you get.

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The box is shaped.

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We just put glue on the adhesive tab on the back of the box and closes the whole.

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We hold all with books drying time.

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Count again twenty minutes.
During this time you can prepare for the tablet perfectly sealed Nintendo will end your Inbox.

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We take the paper printable transparent sticker.


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It prints the pellet.


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Take a piece of 2 cents you put on the wafer.

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Go around the room with your cutter.

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On the sticky side of the patch, place a foil rectangle the size writing Nintendo, the matt side of the foil in contact with the sticky side of the patch.

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Your patch is ready.


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Then go back to your box and close it.

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And now, you're done.

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It only remains to put your game cartridge inside.


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And admire your work.


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The finished box side panel.

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The finished side box back
For a more close to that of the original boxes , if you have the opportunity use the A3 file you will gluing less and if you find a good, take a plasticizer matt .

CREDITS: Yoyo, Mimix, Solidmonsters, Emzed, Syd2091, Roman, Nintandbox.net, Oldiescovers.free, contributors and all those I have forgotten
Last edited by Nightwarex on 05 April 2015, 22:03, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: [SNES] Make a Super Nintendo Box

Postby Nightwarex » 05 April 2015, 21:22

So, i make a traslation from this excellent tutorial https://www.nintandbox.net/index.php/en/forum-index/viewtopic.php/f,6/t,803/
and try to organize a little more the tutorial beacuse it has SO many pictures and is fully detailed every step, wich is excellent but was a little difiicult to read (at least for me) i hope the edits i made would make it better.
The traslation isn´t fully completed, i am going to make some corrections, it was not that easy as i though :P
BTW if anyone can tell me what a "mediateur" is, that would help a lot xD i try google but doesn´t work, in the pictures looks like a guitar pick (?
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Re: [SNES] Make a Super Nintendo Box

Postby will13009 » 05 April 2015, 21:50

Le médiateur est bien un objet qui est utilisé pour jouer de la guitare ;)
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Re: [SNES] Make a Super Nintendo Box

Postby Nightwarex » 05 April 2015, 22:03

will13009 wrote:Le médiateur est bien un objet qui est utilisé pour jouer de la guitare ;)


Thanks Will, that´s what i though
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Re: [SNES] Make a Super Nintendo Box

Postby rkun » 09 June 2015, 15:08

ficou linda
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