Step 4: putting it together

Put everything in one half of the case like pictured below.
You should be able to just fit everything into it. Take the other half and put it over the top.
There will be a large gap between the two parts. Put masking tape around it to keep it together and tighten the screw on the button.
this is so weird i thought i invented that idea 5 years ago! right now im making a more advanced one its going to be called electro eraser ill post it soon and please vote!
theres electronic erasers thats just lazy now
What's smiggle?
Its a shop that sells stationary that is very popular (smelly rubbers, electronic erasers, lava lamp rulers/sharpeners and ball through maze staionary)<br/><a rel="nofollow" href="http://smiggle.com/">http://smiggle.com/</a> is the website<br/>
oh, thanks for telling me ive never seen one.
nice idea.... I think someone could do better. add a plastic case and less bulky
It isn't very bulky, about 5cm long and 4cm wide
I changed it to eraser for less confusion ;)
oh......an eraser......ahhhhh.....see "rubber" means something different in the states and the pic didn't make any sense with that definition.....an eraser.....k, got it.
Right there with ya.
Haha.. That's exactly what I thought when I first saw it.<br/>Suggestion to the author: maybe replace <strong>rubber</strong> with <strong>massager</strong> or some other synonym.<br/>
Pencil erasers do NOT make for good sex toys. especially when it's a high-speed rotating eraser. Eraser(or at least "Rubber(eraser for you yanks)") is definately the word we are looking for here.
Yeah, I was confused too...
I was thinking the same thing!
yeah i was so confused about this....
nope, I was thinking the same thing as you
Yeah. I think rubber is the word they use in Australia. Perhaps the UK too.
I have not seen an electric eraser since the time when draftsmen actually drew plans on paper rather than cad systems. Wonder if it would be possible to flatten the tip of the drive shaft so it would grip the eraser better. Nicely done.
A small dollop of epoxy in the eraser(Let it squish out a bit) or Superglue, should hold the eraser head just fine. When you need to replace the head, a little sandpaper should remove any last remnants of the old eraser.
ive never seen and electric eraser :o bit curious how well it works.
Staedtler makes one. It is sitting right in front of me on my desk. It's great for drafting work.
just did a youtube search for em, work very good for small areas. where a normal eraser removes a lot and would take a fair amount of effort to get the small errors.

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