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DIY Arcade

PinBox 3000 is the cardboard pinball gaming system that makers, crafters, students, and cardboard enthusiasts have been waiting for!

The PinBox 3000 comes with everything you need to make a full-fledged machine, with no tools required!

It was invented by the "Professors" of Cardboard Teck. Ben and Pete are educator and artists who encourage screen-free hands-on exploration. All you need is an hour or so, and hands that are ready to fold. The PinBox 3000 assembly video shows you how.

Once you’ve built your base, customize the playfield with obstacles and pathways. The cardboard doubles as a canvas you can paint over—or, alternately, print out PinBox 3000’s graphics to add some of their colorful flair.

Now you can shoot, sling, and score using an American-made, homemade arcade game.

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Discovered 6/15/2017

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Maker Story

DIY Arcade

PinBox 3000 is the cardboard pinball gaming system that makers, crafters, students, and cardboard enthusiasts have been waiting for!

The PinBox 3000 comes with everything you need to make a full-fledged machine, with no tools required!

It was invented by the "Professors" of Cardboard Teck. Ben and Pete are educator and artists who encourage screen-free hands-on exploration. All you need is an hour or so, and hands that are ready to fold. The PinBox 3000 assembly video shows you how.

Once you’ve built your base, customize the playfield with obstacles and pathways. The cardboard doubles as a canvas you can paint over—or, alternately, print out PinBox 3000’s graphics to add some of their colorful flair.

Now you can shoot, sling, and score using an American-made, homemade arcade game.