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counter design by matt heerdt & michael mullins

Your counter is now ready for play. Do the same for the other strips. make sure Page Scaling is set to None. Do not let children play with them and make cuts parallel or away from you. Drawing it lightly along the paper will score it for easy folding later. Draw the knife along the ruler so that A set of numbers are available on the last page of each `Mech and vehicle counter sheet. When you reach the print dialogue. This will use a lot of ink.INSTRUCTIONS These Battleforce counters are meant to be printed on thick cardstock. you may wish to select only the sheets you want to use. Step 3: Along the dotted line. Press firmly on the ruler and your hobby knife. and folded together so that they create a firm playing piece you may use over and over again. similarly draw the knife along your ruler but do not press down. you may cut them out and glue the numbers to the reverse “radar” side of your counters so that you can keep track of the unit number without letting your opponent know which unit is which. removing any evidence of a white edge. but will give you the best result. cut out. While these instructions are simple and will give you good results. Step 4: Glue the reverse side of the counter and fold the two sides together. . Give the counters a minute or so to dry and then trim away the rest of the white edges. If you wish. Optional: Step 2: Place the printed cardstock on your self healing mat and place your ruler on top so that it matches up with the solid printed line between each strip of counters. The materials you’ll need: Inkjet or laser Printer 110lb “cardstock” Printer paper Self healing mat Hobby knife Metal ruler Glue-stick Fine tipped felt marker you get a clean. Step 1: Open the file in Adobe Acrobat and set the document up for printing. If you’re short on ink. choose the highest quality setting. Make sure to cut away the top and bottom edges of the paper. making sure that the edges match up. On your print properties. Step 5: Use your marker and draw it quickly along the edges of your counter. those who don’t have all the materials may feel free to ignore them and cut out or use the counters however they wish. Then cut apart each counter but do not trim away all of the white space yet. straight cut. Caution: Obviously be careful with knives.

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