I want to clarify that my native language is Spanish and my English is not the best, so this is translated by google translator
My new acquisition, a friend brought me U. S. a kindle and is definitely a very interesting device that performs the task for which it was designated in Wonderland, display electronic books. As no comparison with tables as they are two different things is like comparing a motorcycle to a bicycle, are two different things.
I have to emphasize how impressive the screen quality is better, the convenience of the arrangement of the keys to change the page, surprising is the ability to surf for free on the 3G version, but not a full browser, but gmail and twitter opens without problems.
Making a brief description does not fragile or anything like that, but one out there wants to take care of belongings to think of a case, but considering that the equipment in the U.S. 3G version costs $ 189, you can pay $ 29.99 per basic version yu $ 59.99 for one that has light. Then I saw the necessity to make a protector for my Kindle.
Covers were 2 until the first is in my possession and the second a little better care of the details is what I gave him my friend and which document the process.
Step 1: Requirements
2 Paperboard to cover 13 cm x 20.5 cm
Paperboard of 1 cm x 20.5 cm
Organic or synthetic leather 32 cm x 24 cm
22cm thick elastic thread
10 cm 4 Elastic
Goma Eva (Foamy) 28 cm x 20
Utility knife - Cutter
Rule or Square
Punch - Drill
Step 2: Cut Materials
We verified that the faux leather on the measures identified is to our liking, but the edge that goes inside after sticking EVA (foamy) will be covered.
And can cut 2 strips of elastic about 10 cm each.
The elastic thread is advisable to cut after test whether the length is fine.
Measures are the same you see in the picture over.
Step 3: Glued
We markthe centerfornomistakes.Onceyou'repleased,weputuniversalglue,waita fewminutestoaerateandputinthecorrectposition.
Rememberthat theseparationbetween thecoversand thespinehastobe0.4cm.Forease of referenceseen in theimages .
Oncedry,we will have tocutcornersat an angletobind.Andrepeatthegluingprocess.
Step 4: Closing Thread
With this, we passed the thread and paste, leading to the corners, in fact I do not hit me too but it was enough to hold it while continuing with the following steps.
Step 5: Gluing the Elastic and EVA (foamy)
Pass the elastic and can be pasted (not recommended) or buckling.
Put glue on the entire surface, we aerate and paste.
Step 6: Mark and Bend
It was so ready. Enjoy it