The New Batman Adventures Batman

117015 The New Batman Adventures Batman (February 10, 2012)
from: The New Batman Adventures cartoon / size: ± 25,5 cm

parts (1,14 MB PDF file)
instructions (1,75 MB PDF file)

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About ninjatoes

I love papercraft - so I made my own for you to download, print and build! ;o)

Posted on February 10, 2012, in Batman and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. The first page parts 1 and 9 get cut off when you print them

    • Make sure the PDF file itself shows the parts completely; when I check though, everything looks okay, so I think it’s a printer setting.

      I made the template the size of an ISO A4 sheet (210 mm x 297 mm), but printers always keep a little margin, because they can’t really print accurately to the very edges of the sheet.

      When you try to print the template, you have to select the option to “shrink” the sheets a little bit to take the margins into account. I use Adobe Reader, to print PDF files, and I always use the option called “Fit”:

      Adobe Reader print size options

      But other PDF programs should have similar options. Make sure you choose the correct option, so that all the sheets will get scaled by the same amount, and the width and height of each sheet will also be scaled the same amount! (if the width will be scaled by 97% and the height 95%, the parts will get distorted and won’t fit properly; but with an option like “Fit”, that should be handled automatically by the program).

      That way, the printer should automatically make all the sheets a little bit smaller to create a little margin, and that way the parts shouldn’t get cut off anymore.

      I hope this solves your problem, have fun building!

  2. are you the one who made this or you just grab it from someplace?

  3. y i cant download??

    • I’m afraid I don’t know…?

      I tested the links, and they seem to be working properly. The files are in PDF format, so you need to have a PDF reader installed to open them (most computers already have a PDF viewer installed, but if yours does not, you can find many free ones on the web, like Adobe Reader: link )

      Make sure you have the latest version and updates of your PDF reader, and then when you click a PDF link, normally the PDF file will open directly in your browser, after which you can save the PDF file to your computer (File > Save as…)

      Alternatively, you can also right-click the PDF links, and directly select the Save as… option from the pop-up menu. Then you can open the files directly from your computer.

      Before you try again, clear your temporary internet files and internet cache first, and close all your browser windows. Then open a new browser window, go to the Batman Adventures post, and click try the links again.

      I hope this helps, send me an e-mail if you keep having trouble!

  4. Woaw, awesome in black *o*
    It will guard my bed :o))

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