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Picture of A Paper Gyroscope that works!
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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) but it was build again. So here is most of the instructable!

Step 1: Supplies

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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 glue works best)
  • Paperclip (Not with the plastic stuff on it)
  • Pliers
  • Thumb Tack
 
that is one intense pair of scissors
tilmen4 years ago
This is really cool
dombeef (author)  tilmen4 years ago
Thanks!
tilmen4 years ago
It doesn't need a video.Just think how a gyroscope works.
aashilrv4 years ago
looks cool but it needs a video
dombeef (author)  aashilrv4 years ago
I wish i did it before, my dog was acting stupid and she sat on it, it must have fallen off my desk, it is really wobbly.
When i make a new one, the old one is broken and it wont work anymore, I will try to make a video
hintss4 years ago
hey, you're that guy from thingiverse! I still have the pile of parts on my desk...
dombeef (author)  hintss4 years ago
Oh cool!
hintss4 years ago
Just saying, I don't think that just saying refer to the pictures for most of the steps is that useful.

The Thingiverse comments you wrote were more useful.
Sunny1246134 years ago
Cool!
dombeef (author)  Sunny1246134 years ago
Thanks!
Kiteman4 years ago
Video!

This really needs a video!