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this will show you how to do a homemade ON/OFF switch with stuff ou can find around the house from little to no cost to you
Give a general description of the Stepok so this will be very cheap... - 2 paper fastners - 1 paperclip (preferably small) - 1 sheet of paper (not ...
so all you need is an xacto knife or some scissors...
cut out a piece of paper ~3cm x 1cm
make some holes (2) big enough for your thumbtacks or something
put the thumbtacks as i did in the pic (or try to)
ok so now place the paperclip as i did in pic (open it a little bit and then close it)
in the 1st pic,the paperclip touched only 1 thumbtack which touched the LED the other thumbtack touched a metal bar which was connected to the battery because the ...
well you are finishedenjoy your homemade ON/OFF switch!check my other instructablehttp://www.instructables.com/id/how-to-make-a-very-simple-robot/
any question,comments,ideas on how to make it better? post them here! please rate my instructable.
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