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Transforming Papercraft Robots: Fold Out!

by Lambert Varias
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Paperformed makes a variety of papercraft models that it sells as DIY kits. Two of its most advanced kits are the Changeable Robots. They’re scale models clearly inspired by Transformers, and like Hasbro’s toys these bots have humanoid and vehicle forms.

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The Racing Warrior is made of 202 parts and transforms into a race car and a dual sword-wielding warrior. The silly Rail Scout is made of 158 parts and transforms into a locomotive and a scout. It also comes with parts to build a short rail.

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You can order the Changeable Robot kits from Paperformed. The Racing Warrior costs $10 (USD) while the Rail Scout costs $8, but you get a $2 discount if you order both of them at once.

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