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Here is a paper gyroscope that I made to being able to be printed off a computer. The prototype is now torn apart (used to make the template) ...
Here are the supplies Hands Paper template (Or really thick paper, but most printers can't hand that) Thick paper (Thicker than your usual construction paper) Scissors Glue (tacky ...
Please note, this wont work(I think?)on normal paper. This is only meant to be a template for thicker paper. Anyways, print this out and cut it out on the outside ...
Now put the template that you cut out and glue it on to the thicker paper. I used paper that was used to hold x-rays. You most likely wont get ...
This will hold the gyroscope inside of it.
This would be very hard to do with a piece of paper. so i did it with a paperclip. In the template there is a line that you ...
Cut them out, and refer to the pictures
To make it speed up instead of using your fingers(Or hooks) I added a windup thing so i could make it as close to a real gyroscope as possible.
You are now done if you did all the steps(I hope you did!) just put some floss or a thin piece of string into the windup hole. While ...
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