US Letter (paper size)|
Print, cut out, fold, and then tape or glue.
You can do half-and-half, combining one sheet of mm rule, and one sheet of cm rule.
The grid lines are 1 mm, 10 mm (1 cm) and 100 mm (10 cm, 1 dm) apart.
The centimeter-only version doesn't have the 1 mm graph.
The PostScript versions were hand written. Feel free to modify them.
The PDF versions were derived from the PostScript using ps2pdf, after conditioning with ps2ps.
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You need two sheets for each cube. So you can print twice, or photocopy.|
The tabs can be attached outside (easier), or inside (perhaps neater), or some combination of both.
You can use plain paper or card stock (card stock is stronger).
These two tabs
Notes: Doables: Try cutting notches in flap tongues to catch on inner flaps and thus keep box tops shut. Or tab in slot? A missing-cc variant. Revisit inter-face gap. Is this tab set optimal? Can avoid rotating-to-fit exercise? Add alignment aid or description. Mark tabs to be pruned. Reconsider thinness of mm lines. Check effect of photocopying. Adding color might make it more attractive - a nice desk piece? Add assembly hints. Formalize half-and-half combined mm/cm version. Alter tab shape? Add tab outline to cm version? - No. History: 2003-Aug-05 Added A4 versions. 2003-Apr-04 Added a "box" version. Thanks to a colleague for the suggestion. 2002-Sep-07 Added link to `paper rulers'. 2002-Jul-24 Fixed tab positions. Old set didn't work. Oops. 2002-Jul-23 Online.