How did you manage to figure out the balance? Did you just balance the steel ball bearings or is the plastic also taken into account? I'd love to know how you did that.
Dude that's impressive! And from someone so young too! Never lose that creativity!
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Here's my attempt out of wood. It certainly isn't balanced perfectly and it's a little big for my hand but it's pretty and still is fun to use!
That's an incredibly good design! Some people can dream up amazing things and not build them, others can build things but lack creativity. You just nailed both!
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