Free Ultra-Realistic Paper Crafts: Yamaha YA-1 - New for 2018
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Free Ultra-Realistic Paper Crafts: Yamaha YA-1 - New for 2018

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Found 8th Jan
Have posted these before but this one is new for 2018. Yamaha do a series of these 'Ultra Realistic' motorbikes made entirely from paper. The quality is superb. Have to admit that I have downloaded them all, printed a couple but not actually made any. I think you need plenty of time and a bit of skill. They are entirely free to download but you do have to pay for ink/paper (unless you can print at work... ).
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maffeycourt8 m ago

Do I need to pass the competency test first before going out and about?


You have to start at 50 DPI and work your way up...
These look great. Much too fiddly for my arthritic old hands but here's an idea of what's involved.

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Thank you.
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That's a very nice little freebies that; thanks SweatySock
Do I need to pass the competency test first before going out and about?
I so wanted to do the R1 of these a while ago but never got round to it pity I can no longer print in colour at work
any idea what paper gsm is best?
maffeycourt8 m ago

Do I need to pass the competency test first before going out and about?


You have to start at 50 DPI and work your way up...
Thanks!
This looks amazing but for some reason I know I will just screw it up at some point :-( Heat nonetheless!
Absolutely awesome.
Can't wait to get started.
Thank you Op.
Heat added.
^^ What he said.
Thanks what paper type is recommended?
From the FAQ:

Heavy, A4-sized paper (21X 29cm) is recommended. 110 to 135kg Kent paper stock (0.16 to 0.18mm thick) are used for the models on this website. As for the paper type used for each model, refer to the Assembly Instructions (PDF) of the model.

Loads more free models here including animals and season stuff as well as more bikes:

global.yamaha-motor.com/sho…ft/
uczmeg26 m ago

From the FAQ:Heavy, A4-sized paper (21X 29cm) is recommended. 110 to 135kg …From the FAQ:Heavy, A4-sized paper (21X 29cm) is recommended. 110 to 135kg Kent paper stock (0.16 to 0.18mm thick) are used for the models on this website. As for the paper type used for each model, refer to the Assembly Instructions (PDF) of the model.Loads more free models here including animals and season stuff as well as more bikes:https://global.yamaha-motor.com/showroom/papercraft/


Thanks for this!
These look great. Much too fiddly for my arthritic old hands but here's an idea of what's involved.

deeky54 m ago

These look great. Much too fiddly for my arthritic old hands but here's an …These look great. Much too fiddly for my arthritic old hands but here's an idea of what's involved.[Video]


That has to be the worst how to video in existence!!
If only it was an RD 350 LC...I might have actually downloaded one small part at a time and used my 'unused' HP Instant Ink allowance each month.

Don't suppose anyone knows if its available anywhere?
Edited by: "sabresonic" 9th Jan
Looks fun !
thomasleep6 h, 31 m ago

That has to be the worst how to video in existence!!


Thanks
Great link thanks OP .....
Edited by: "1854" 9th Jan
Can see a hobby coming on
More papercraft freebies here as well:

cp.c-ij.com/en/…tml


Plenty of different projects of differing difficulties.
What's the best type (or brand) of glue for these ? It's really frustrating when the bits get "unstuck" after finishing the model...
Damn, that's pretty amazing.
I've always found these incredibly difficult to get good results with. Tried the Metal Gear Solid papercraft a few years ago and end up disappointed in my poor ability to create something nice.
Not the kind of thing that I'm used to using that's described as being ultra realistic but heat added anyway.
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