Personally, I’ve always wondered why Bats needs a 20-foot computer in the cave, but I suppose if you’re going to dress up as a giant bat then logic just flies out the window. Anyway, this project is a little tricky. I have created instructions specifically to help you in building your own Batcomputer. Hopefully between the reference photos and the instructions, you will be able to create your own version without too many problems.

Note: As with any ICP download, these files are not to be resold under any conditions.

The instructions have accurate measurements based upon my own design, but the image itself is not drawn to scale. It is meant merely as a guide. What you will want to do is:

1. Download and print out both the images and the instructions.

2. Spray mount the images to a piece of black-core illustration board. You can find these items at any arts and crafts store.

3. Trim to fit.

4. Construct the Batcomputer based on the instruction sheet. Once this is completed, attach the images to the computer.

Hopefully this will work out for you. I know it sounds confusing, but if you just keep patient with it, you’ll have a nice, large prop to add to your Batcave.

Created Summer 1999

For easier saving, right-click and select either “Save Linked File” or “Open Link in a New Window”Iron-Cow Prod. Bat-Computer Iron-Cow Prod. Bat-Computer Instructions


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