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The credit card grappling hook is a whimsical little project that combines a credit card, some simple hardware, fishing line thread, and a sewing mach...
The first step is to gather the materials. 2 credit cards fishing line rubber band sewing machine bobbin bolt 2 nuts win...
Using a larks head, attach one end of the fishing line to the grappling hook. Assemble the grappling hook so it matches the one in the photos below.
Wind the fishing line around the sewing bobbin just like you would wind thread on the sewing machine. This is a fast, clean and easy way to load up y...
The structure for the grappling hook is basically just the credit card itself, so in order to keep it stiff and strong, I used double sided tape to st...
Drill holes in the card for the hook launcher (rubber band) and the binding post that will hold the cable spool (sewing bobbin).
Attach the bobbin to the card using the binding post and then loop the rubber band through the top hole to create the elastic launcher. I made a slig...
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