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Very nice. <br><br>I am now having thought on builing one that uses the motor to keep it lifted.<br><br>Maybe a gyroscope...???
thats realy cool... ill have to look for a moter and make one :D
how do i get the moter<br>
you can get one from a remote controle car
I like this.
Thank you, can u Please vote for it in the toy challenge contest?
Already done.
Nice project!<br>made while watching the video (:<br><br>The only thing I would add is that you can save the copper wire too, but I think its not that necessary :P<br><br>Anyways, thanks for this nice little toy! (:
The enamel coating on the wire would wear off when you removed it, so the wire would no longer be insulated.<br>
When I was little I used t get these motors from toys and stick a 9V battery to it's poles until it spin really fast. Then I'd put it upside down on the table and it would spin... Kinda like an electric top!!<br><br>I never had the idea to open one up though... Nice instructable!
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