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Thursday, June 07, 2007

Readymech Flatpacks: Fast. Flat. Free.

Readymech— from the talented gang at FWIS (and famed COVERS blog) is a site full of ready-to-print flatpack toys. Why do they do it? How can it be free? Only they know for sure. But if you count yourself as one of the lucky few with brief windows of time to burn during the workday, give this site a spin. Just don't be jammin' any heavy card stock through the $60,000.00 laser printer, or you'll be the talk of the office. And boy DO they talk.

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2 Comments:

Blogger Steve said...

The readymech site is not working! And neither is the fwis site... how does one get in contact with this folks?

2:11 AM  
Blogger studiosmith said...

Oh Steve, don't you fret. The boys at FWIS seem to be having some technical difficulties. It happens now and again on the big ole' world wide web. Check back with them later. I bet they'll be available soon.

7:26 AM  

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