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Rubber Band Launcher Mark I [Project]
posted November 6 2013 10:34.00 by spic0m




A rubber band launcher made from pieces of plywood, a cardboard box, cable ties, and screws.
Nothing fancy so far, but what's cool about it is that you can use your smartphone to control the launcher from a distance!

It's very easy to make. If you have two servos lying around, you can construct this too.




[Link: Annikken]
 
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