A classical pinball machine always has two of those bouncers just above the flipper fingers. They kick the ball around and make every game more fun.
However, instead of actively kicking the ball - as most of the classical ones do - our variant will be a little bit more spartanic. It'll just make use of rubber bands and the ball's own momentum to improve on the pinball machine.
Step 1: Build
What you need
- 5mm MDF
- Thick rubber bands
How you do it
Cut out the MDF in a laser cutter using the provided .svg files. Then assemble them and put on the rubber band. You can experiment with the amount and