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Cardboard Plan for the World’s Oldest Ham

by Bernard K. Means

While you can see the World’s Oldest Ham on HamCam 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (the Ham never sleeps), you can’t see the Ham in person at the moment in its home at the Isle of Wight County Museum due to Covid-19 (elderly things are particularly sensitive to the virus). Fortunately, using 3-D slicing software, I have created a template for making a cardboard replica from the 3-D model of the World’s Oldest Ham. You can view the 3-D model here and even download and 3-D print if you have a 3-D printer: https://skfb.ly/6zWAX. But, if you don’t have a 3-D printer, you can download these plans and make a 3-D replica out of cardboard.

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I recommend starting in the middle and working your way outward. Right click on each image to download each page of the plans.

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