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Inspired by all the creative minds here on instructables, I made a ping pong catapult for my kids to play with. Materials used: Several 1/2 inch x 1...
step one: build the base. The length of the base turned out to be the length of the longest dowels (i'm too lazy... er... i mean, i was trying to be ...
next, build up the cross member to provide support for the axle. The length isn't a big deal, just use some scrap left over from cutting the cross mem...
the dowel for the tower is half the length of the long members used for the base. in my case, that makes them 6 inches. i placed the tower dowels 4 i...
the ammo bucket is a tiny plastic cup that sugar free drink mixes are packaged in. (like crystal light). i used one of the screws to poke 2 holes into...
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