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

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

Yes yes yes yes yes…


8 thoughts on “Free print-and-fold papercraft Tron “bit” models

  1. Gareth Branwyn says:

    >Yes yes yes yes yes…

    What he said!

  2. CaseyB says:

    Since Bit has a positive, negative and neutral state then it’s actually balanced trinary, not binary.

  3. RocketGuy says:

    Yes yes yes yes


    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.

  4. John Baichtal says:


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