It's Easy To Build With EverBlock
Each Block has a series of connector lugs, that are designed to nest into the underside of the next block. Sections can be staggered in 3" intervals, so that 1, 2, 3, or 4 of the lug sets nest into the other block.
Lugs are designed to pressure fit into corresponding slots on the underside of the block on top. Underside ribbing provides structural support and a tight fit.
To begin, simply align each new block over the block below and centre over the lugs that you want to connect with. Press down until you can't push any further and blocks are fully connected.
Varying Block Type, Lug Spacing and Block Direction
Utilise a combination of block types, lug spacing, and block direction to create your object. Alternate as needed to create unique designs and consider the structural implication of aligning seam lines (when seams are aligned the construction is not as strong and we suggest staggering blocks).
Change block rotation to provide strength and to extend your object in another direction. This is ideal for buildings, displays, and other multidirectional structures.
Reinforcing And Strengthening Your Object
Disassembling The Blocks
To disassemble modules hold the lower block while pulling up on the upper block. This will dis-engage the pressure fit. Start from the top most row of blocks and move downwards.
A flat head screwdriver is useful and will speed and facilitate separation of blocks, simply insert the flat head screwdriver between upper and lower blocks and rotate to provide leverage for separation.
Depending on the stagger pattern used in the construction of the object, it may be necessary to remove adjacent blocks to reach and remove a specific target block on a lower row.
Stack disassembled blocks neatly for later use and nest where possible to protect connector lugs.