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How to make your own papercraft enigma code machine

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If you’ve been looking for the best low-cost, low-tech solution for encrypting your messages and you have a real affinity for World War II-era cryptography, then have I got the DIY project for you: The Papercraft Enigma code machine. Papercraft Alan Turing is spinning in his grave.

While we’ve shown you other ways to replicate the Engima’s legendary code-making capabilities, never has it been done so easily. All you need is a color printer, some tape, a cylindrical can, and this handy-dandy PDF. 
via Geekosystem

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