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Making Things Move Book Giveaway! Answered

We're giving away 3 copies of the book Making Things Move: DIY Mechanisms for Inventors, Hobbyists, and Artists!  It's packed with detailed information about all kinds of mechanisms as well as sample projects and ideas.  Best of all, it's written in a way that people with no background in engineering can understand.

I'll be sending these books to the next 3 people that post Instructables meeting the following criteria:

- Posted on or after July 3, 2012
- Involves moving mechanical parts
- 4 or more steps
- Full original written and photo documentation

Post a link to your Instructable on this forum post to enter!

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amandaghassaei

6 years ago

ALL THE BOOKS ARE GONE! Thanks for the awesome projects!

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Adambowker98

6 years ago

My electric eraser! https://www.instructables.com/id/Electric-Eraser-2/

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PeckLauros

6 years ago

https://www.instructables.com/id/Robotic-Eye/

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amandaghassaeiPeckLauros

Reply 6 years ago

love it. book for you! I'll contact you soon about shipping info.

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Zaphod Beetlebrox

6 years ago

Wow this is like a speed challenge except turned up to 11.

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mde santis1

6 years ago

https://www.instructables.com/id/mini-powered-fan/ there we go that should meet all criteria and is not confusing

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blinkyblinky

6 years ago

Does a servo count as a "mechanical" part?

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amandaghassaei

6 years ago

I'm confused, so you started out trying to make a bike powered ipod charger (still in progress) and now you've added a clock up to it, so it's a bike powered clock? and the last four steps of the instructable is what you posted today? Is that right?

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amandaghassaei

6 years ago

has to be posted today or later. Finish it and post! I'd accept that.