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This project was inspired by my aunt and uncle. I made magnetic ping pong ball eyes in order to make instant faces in the interesting metal objects around ...
Materials - ping pong balls - magnets, I used 1/4" by 1/4" rare earth magnets from http://www.amazingmagnets.com - Plasti Dip or paint, white and black (I got mine ...
By just spinning the drill bit by hand you can make a hole in the ping pong ball. I started with 1/16" bit and worked my way up ...
Make sure that you are inserting the magnets with opposite polarity facing out. You want the eyeballs to be attracted to each other when you're done.Attach each magnet ...
This step could be skipped if you started with solid white ping pong balls, but I feel the rubber makes the eyes more rigid. With the magnet still ...
Now Plasti Dip does not need to be used to make the pupils. You could use paint or a sharpie, I just liked the look of the black ...
When the pupils are dry, you're ready to go. Find the nearest furnace or engine block and start making faces. Send me the results, I'd love to see ...
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