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That is far out man! I love the use of the radiometer principle to make it spin. I had one of those back in the 60's. Never forgot how it worked either.
Making of a DIY Flightcase
I think a lever would make it a lot easier. I made a net from the bike net instructable and used a paper cutter to cut my loops. Quite easy and fast actually.
you beat me to it, I was going to post this. I had no idea anyone else knew this trick. It's a lifesaver!
this looks fantastic! If I don't have cauliflower in the house I might try cous cous. Checking my fridge, zucchini, cukes and cabbage and maybe eggplant. Great idea not to use rice.
this is as great idea and I was thinking about how to get a watch on my bike. I'm thinking I can solder two nuts together and a washer at the bottom, then epoxy the now one piece to the back of a watch. Make my own bracket from stainless steel from an old hard drive. (pretty solid stuff) and line it with rubber from an old inner tube. Got me thinkin', that's a good one!
one of the best videos I've ever seen. Great job!