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Do you love to use notebooks to journal in or to write ideas down in? Are you constantly buying new notebooks because you have filled up all of your previous ones? Are you someone that prefers to just use sheets of printer paper and a binder? This is the solution for you. This is a Refillable Notebook that uses ordinary printer paper.
- Material: PLA or PETG (for extra strength)
- The spine piece, especially, takes a lot of abuse and needs to be strong.
- Supports: Maybe
- Depending on your printer, the spine piece may require supports.
- Print everything on its back, as shown in the files.
- You may want to experiment with the orientation of the spine to give extra strength.
- Top Cover
- Top Cover Top
- Top Cover Bottom
- Bottom Cover
- Bottom Cover Top
- Bottom Cover Bottom
- Cover Assembly
- Print cover, spine, and the joint pieces
- Glue the cover pieces together
- Place one side of a joint piece in a hole in the spine
- Put the spine in the cover
- Push one side of the joint piece through the spine hole and into the cover
- Use pliers to complete the process of inserting the joint piece
- Repeat this process until all four joint pieces are inserted
- Paper Assembly
- Stack 25 pieces of normal 8.5 in X 11 in printer paper
- Fold the paper in half to make a book shape
- Add a rubber band to wear the crease of the paper is
- Final Assembly
- Slowly slide the rubber band connected to the paper over the cover assembly
- Once the rubber band reaches the spine, make sure it correctly slots in to its specific spot
If you enjoy this model, please leave a like and a comment. If you have any questions, concerns, or problems, please personally contact me.