A 40-Minute DIY Motor Project And Some Sweet Jazz Tunes
Osamu Iwasaki, the man in Japan1 who made that great video of his kids creating fun shapes on The Replicator, has another gem for us. Watch him piece together a very simple DIY motor using a battery, some wire, a magnet, a couple beads, and a base made by a Replicator. The video is about 5 minutes long and it shows almost the entire process, and my Estimator in Replicator G (under the GCode menu in the toolbar) tells me it would take about 34 minutes to build the base on The Replicator. I’m calling this a 40 minute project.
The .stl file is available here on Tinkercad. This is a fun project for a rainy day, and maybe you’ll agree with me that the music in this video is just about right for a rainy day, too.
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