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Picture of FabYearBook 2010
The FabYearBook 2010 is a collection of projects, stories and photos from the global FabLab community. Follow these steps to laser cut and print the first edition of the FabYearBook!

Note: If you don't have a laser cutter or would simply like to have a PDF version of the FabYearBook, click here.

Step 1: Materials

Picture of Materials
Laser cutter
Laser printer
Hole puncher
30 x 60 x .3 cm plywood (you can also use cardboard)
Paper
Wire, rope or yarn for "Connecting the Dots"
1" Key rings or flexible rope for book binding
Scissors or pliers 

 
I save all my cutouts and my kids take them to school to be used in creative lessons like art. At primary and infant levels they love this stuff.