Introduction: Stuck Hand in a Meat Grinder
It's that time of the year again.
In this Instructable, we'll make a "Stuck hand in a meat grinder" prop.
- 2 x Pringles cans (1 small, 1 normal size)
- 1 x Large Funel
- 1 x Wooden spatula
- Bolts, Nuts, Spray paint etc.
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I took a small Pringles can and drilled holes in the bottom.
I shortened a bolt and glued in the center of the can.
(That will be the shaft)
Then it was painted
I cut off the bottom of a large funnel. Then I used a large Pringles can wrapped with sandpaper to do some saading.
I drilled a few holes in the Pringles lid and cut out a circle.
Then I covered the circle with masking tape and cut out another circle.
I put it back into the lid.
I put paper binding pins into the holes drilled earlier.
Then the lid was glued to the can.
I glued the funnel to the can
I drilled a hole a glued a bolt.
Purpose of the bolt - suggests that a feet/clamp can be attached to the grinder.
I used a wooden spatula to make the handle.
I drilled holes in the spatula and another Pringles lid.
PVC pipe and a large bolt was used to make the handle.
I cut a hole in the can to make some space for the hand.
Then it was painted silver
I removed the circle and used Play-foam type of product to emulate meat.
The I put it all together.
Stick your hand into the grinder and go for a walk.