Introduction: How to Make Project Test Dividers
Get supplies to started
28 pieces of cardboard (9.5 inches wide and 19.5 inches tall)
3 3 piece cardboard holder (3 mm thick)
7 1 piece cardboard holder (3 mm thick)
Ruler (for accurate measurements)
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Step 1: Pre-Construction
To start the project make sure that all your 3 and 1 pieces of your cardboard holders are cut down the middle so that there is a little slit where later the cardboard will later slide through.
(take picture of all 8 cardboard holder pieces, take picture of slit)
Step 2: Organization
First we started off with our 28 cut cardboard pieces.
Step 3: Label & Construct
Then we paired the cardboard by two's so there was 14 pieces left.
Step 4: Merging Items/pieces
After that we taped the cardboard all around the perimeter taping it to the opposite side of the other card board.
Step 5: Adding Iems/Pieces
When we finished doing this for every pair, we had a total of 14 cardboard pieces.
Step 6: Add More Pieces
Then taking the 14 cardboard pieces we taped them together so that the cardboard was 19.5 inches high, and was left with a total of 7 cardboard pieces left.
Step 7: Conclusion
Using the 7 pieces we sketched out an I type shape with the cardboard to work it out.
We connected the first row of cardboards together using a 3 piece connector. Then from that we placed an additional cardboard vertically down also connecting to that same 3 piece connector. We then added another 3 piece connector.
After this we had one cardboard sticking out of the I formation we had. Continuing the I formation we added another cardboard down with the last 3 piece connector sealing it.
Lastly we stuck the cardboard on both sides, and added the single pvc cardboard holders to the tops of the cardboard to keep them stable.
And then we tested to see if it worked fine.