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I love Skeeball, but it's not often I can get my fix. So instead of trying to get out to the local bar that has a machine, I ...
I made an EPS file for all the pieces I would need in Illustrator. I'm using 1/3" ball bearings as balls so I scaled everything around that, making ...
The base of the ramp is made by connecting the two cross pieces with the two side pieces and using some hot glue to keep it strong. For ...
I did this a bit out of order. I should've added the rings before assembling this. Ah well, here's what I did. I glued the two center pieces ...
I needed some rings to guide the balls into the drops so I cut off the tops of a few coffee cups. To make sure they were roughly ...
Keep trimming off ring material until you get pieces that are the right size and glue them down. I was able to use a staple to hold the ...
My goal for this project was to see what I could make in an hour. The results are good for goofing off for a couple minutes at a ...
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