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I'm kinda doubting this works, the reeds aren't even touching any "note bump" on the barrel for it to create the sound notes, in fact its very far from the note barrel and the bumps are holes that aren't even forming any note pattern, they're just holes, it seems like its just a moving replica of a music box, though i'm really excited for you to post a video of it working, great concept you got there, i love it! keep it up ;)
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Didn't know i wasn't alone in this dragon mask game HAHAHA, nice build man! working with metal was REAL hard huh? i love your colored flamethrower concept, i'm voting for ya!
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you followed the steps perfectly! as for using a drill, I advise you to be careful and find the center of the cap so that there will be minimal vibrations so the can wont go flying everywhere. take care and have fun!
Lego, thank you so much for your advice, i mentioned you in my intro page, i hope i hear more from you again in my future projects! Great advice. much appreciated Lego!
you're welcome, Larry! thanks so much for that new explanation "more rpm =less time, vice versa" its one of the big things i missed! by the way i'd love to see the original version of my project, great to hear that it's working the exact same way
My mom told me the exact same thing too!! she saw some in thailand i think. And you can expect that to be in the upcoming projects, stay tuned with Makersauce, Gregory! We'll be having some ice cream soon!
you're absolutely right!
Oh and I just realized, not every student has a power drill lying at home. My goal goal for this instructable was to share how to build something that everyone could relate to and find the parts just lying around at home so I do hope it applies in your case! Btw message me if you've finally built your own :)
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