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Really cool idea, good instructable with lot's of pictures, and the moon has a moonlike surface (with craters). I've voted for you.
There is a way to 3D print without owning one: there are "fablab"s around the world: places where people share expensive machines such as 3Dprinters (and lasercutters and more cool machines). In a not commercial way, making it as affordable as possible :-). Here you can find out if there is one near you: http://www.fabfoundation.org/fab-labs/
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Wow, this is a really interesting instructable! Very useful, because it can help make the step from programming in hour of code towards using hardware.
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Very creative!On the last photos, it looks like they are connected and powered. Could you please add info on how they are wired (which part is connected to what, so that the LEDs turn on and/or the motor turns?).
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Here is one: https://www.instructables.com/id/Acrylic-Arduino-Pr...Or try searching for "arduino holder".
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