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It turns out cassette tapes are exactly the right size for a business card case. People of a certain age, like me, have lots of old tapes sitting aro...
Start with a cool tape, like these. And no, don't be horrified that this "museum piece" Apple data tape is being destroyed--no one ever saw it when i...
First, note that some tapes are screwed together, while others are heat-welded. Obviously it's a lot easier to take apart the ones with screws. If i...
After you pull out the spools of tape, there are still a few posts and things in the way. You do _not_ need to remove all of them, because there's pl...
The easiest way to make a hinge is simply with a piece of tape. However, there's some technique to this: First, don't use tape that splits easily, ...
You may decide you're done at this point. Check the fit to make sure everything's ok. Make sure the case doesn't spread open from the tape hinge whe...
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