WREXLabs Episode #6 - Marshmallow Shooter





Introduction: WREXLabs Episode #6 - Marshmallow Shooter

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Tim and Declan build a Marshmallow Shooter as seen at Howtoons.com



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    Thank you Declan and Tim for the wonderful tutorial and thank you trevory for the pvc cutter tip. We will be making many of these soon !

    Great job, we will be trying this very soon. If you do a lot with PVC you might want to get a PVC cutter, smoother cuts and quicker than a hack saw. Got one for the projects my son and I do together for around $5 at Harbor Freight Tools

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    Thanks for the kind words. After we did this video we found out about the pvc cutter. It is an awesome tool. We ended up doing a presentation about how to make the Marshmallow Shooter in which we provided the cut pipes for all the kids that attended. The pvc cutter was a life saver! Good luck to you and your son in all your future projects.

    Sometimes Declan stutters but he doesn't let that stop him from doing the things he wants to do or from saying the things he wants to say. If you'd like to find out more about stuttering you can visit the Stuttering Foundation website at http://www.stutteringhelp.org/ . It has lots of great information that I am sure will answer your questions and give you valuable insight into stuttering and people who stutter.

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    Great video, Declan & Tim! Very informative and helpful, indeed. Thank you very much, for taking the time to put this instructable together. It's greatly appreciated! :)

    What an awesome kid, keep up the good work, Declan!

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    Thank you - this is great!

    Cute kid. Good role modeling teaching him to create things at a young age.