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mikejedw- Finalist Answered

mikejedw is a finalist in the Laser Cutter Challenge for:
Pringles Wind Turbine (Pleech) - Version One

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I really like this concept and I am thinking of trying it myself but I was wondering if "Version 2" is going to be upcoming or was version 1 the end of the line... great work and very well done, this is what made me join the site! Thanks

Good question! I always did think that there would be a version 2, which would be built on the improvements discovered from the community after I released version 1. But it wouldn't necessarily be me that made it! I'd really love to see what other people come up with in the potato-chip-can-turbine genre!

Thanks for all the support, everyone! I didn't get the win, but the voting definitely helped push me up the rankings. Check out the judging formula here. Based on that, I got the maximum possible boost from the forum voting that I could. Thanks again!

great project! if you made a bunch of them could they power a car made out of pringles cans?

Awesome project

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Hladek

11 years ago

RockOn! Pringles Wind Turbine! I want one for my VW. Great concept great work!

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saumi

11 years ago

Good project. Keep up the good work Mike.

Awesome project. Keep up the good work!

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tina

11 years ago

this project beats the usual pringle can projects -go mike!

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Capt

11 years ago

Mike, per usual, your design is refined, and utilitarian. I am particularly impressed with the implementation of the paper towel rack and CDs- extending these items' lifecycles. bravo. yarch! Ben

Mike-- I have inspected this project with my chinese aviator glasses and found it to be superb! Sven

屌翻了 DT界的牛B!!!

badass! who would have thought that pringles could energize the world....

Woo! Pretty amazing to get nominated for this. I'm really stoked.

When I submitted my entry, I wrote that, if I won, I'd donate the cutter to my graduate school program, the inimitable Design and Technology Department at Parsons, which is where I developed the turbine for my Major Studio final project. We've been dying to get one of these for a long time, and it would help us create a LOT more cool projects.

Thanks for stopping by!