Brilliant do-nothing machines

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Brilliant do-nothing machines

Post by oatnet » Apr 19 2012 11:40pm

Impressive work!

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Re: Brilliant do-nothing machines

Post by kevo » Apr 21 2012 1:00am

Very cool stuff, love the modularity :D
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Re: Brilliant do-nothing machines

Post by Pure » Apr 21 2012 2:08am

Brilliant, how many ways he came up with of doing the same thing, getting the balls up to the top. Very cool indeed.

The lil flingers are pretty awesome. His construction tolerances are tight enough for it to be accurate over and over again. Really shows the quality of the workmanship.
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