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This is an instructable on how to make a mini Da Vinci catapult. It may look difficult but it really isn't.
The base is basically made of a square and two sticks. The two sticks were glued on 2,5 cm( ca. 1inch) in from the sides.
Take two pieces of wood and cut them in two equal parts. Glue them together and drill one hole in each big enough to fit three skewers inside ...
Drill one hole in each of the sticks attached to the base. The holes should be just big enough to snug fit in two skewers. Cut four skewers ...
Glue together three skewers (remember to cut off the tips). Place them inside the two holes in the supports. Now tie a piece of string to the poles ...
Cut a piece of wood that is 3 cm long(1 inch). Drill a hole the same size as those in the supports(maby a little smaller) and one as ...
cut your self a piece thats about 2cm (0,7inches) and glue it right on to a new stick. Drill a hole the same size as in the supports. ...
Cut yourself two pieces from a stick. They should be 3,5cm (1,3inches). Glue them together. Here comes a bit of a challenge. We are going to make a ...
You are going to have to drill a hole on each side of the one support that has the handle. On the other support you are going to ...
For the ammunition you can almost use anything. Like a part of an eraser. But i found it best to use some aluminum foil. it is lightweight super ...
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