Although extremely simple in appearance and construction "test your nerve" puts your manual skill to a lively test!
As shown in the photography a small loop is connected betwen the posts marked as "start" and "finish". The object is to guide the loop over the weaving course whitout touching the wire. A slight misjudment or quiver on the hand and loop will contact the wire. this sets off a loud "foul" signal from the buzzer and a light will on when the wire is touched.
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Step 1: ¿How It Works?
The schematic above reveals a paralel arragement of circuit component, Whenever the loop touches the wire, the circuit is completed and the bulb-buzzer are energized, The power switch permits you to disable the circuit so the loop touches the wire may be hooked onto the wire.
Step 2: Construction
There isn't critical in the arrangement or assembly of this basic game, start by cutting the wood to a proper dimenssion. it'd be a rectangle of (4x7) inch.
you'll need a posts of wood or steel (preffered) for a good conductive plate. the long is about 2''.
You can to use a N° 16 tinned cooper wire or similar is recommended betwen the two point
1 SW1 (OPTIONAL) SINGLE POLE SINGLE TROW TOGGLE SWITCH
1 BZ 9 V BUZZER
1 BATT 9 V BATTERIE
1 LAMP BULB 9.V FLASHLIGHT OR LESS
15'' x 14'' PIECE OF HARDBOARD
15'' No 16 TINNED COOPER WIRE
24'' No. 20 STRANDED HOOKKUP WIRE
1 BATTERY HOLDER
Step 3: Final Results.
As you can see the result is pretty good
You can add some stickers or any other thing thta you want to put in it!!!
Our parents and Granpa's are very nostagic cause this games was the the "hottest" in older older time.
We never forget the best!!!