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Free print-and-fold papercraft Tron “bit” models

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    Could have done so much with that character, and yet, perhaps it’s best that they didn’t. And yet, one wonders after all these years, where is Bit? Still stuck in a recognizer wreck?

    I suspect we won’t find out in the sequel, ah well.

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