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You are a master at making things work in the simplest way, often thinking outside the box. My only suggestion would be to add some kind of guard to keep little fingers away from the chain and gears.
Would a nichrome wire provide too much resistance and hurt the battery or charger?
Finally a project I can do without a 3D printer laser cutter CNC Arduino and dust collector! Tweaking a project like this to make it work is what makes it enjoyable and rewarding. Thanks!
Beautiful! A question about the moss. Will this turn to brown over time?
Warm it up over a blacktop surface. Then move it over a grass area where the air surrounding it will be cooler. That should cause a greater temperature/density difference and cause better lift.
I don't understand why the block doesn't move away when you give it the first hit. I don't see anything holding it in place.
Is there an easy mathematical way to get a regular scale? Your instrument has a pleasant sound.
I'll make one using that aluminum tape instead of duct tape. This should protect my credit cards from being scanned. Hopefully, it will wear well and not get sticky like most things I've made from duct tape. I like your velcro feature.
Downloading spider pics right now!
I'm glad you specified tin solder. Some folks might only have the old lead based solder lying around. I want to make some for my piano playing friends.
Love it! Very creative. Made me chuckle when I thought of you taking this through security at the airport.
I've always wondered. How did the first person to make something like this think of it? Amazing 3D thinking! Like those horseshoe and rings puzzles for example.
Love it! If I build one I would try shorter arms so I could more easily reach the joystick, and make them of aluminum to reduce the weight. Any idea of your total cost?
I am going to try this, but thanks for the safety warnings from all! A bright teen scientist from Ohio was recently killed while building a Jacob's Ladder. Very sad.http://nypost.com/2016/04/20/teen-kills-himself-trying-youtube-science-experiment/