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Homer Simpson's electric hammer replica works!
posted January 20 2015 20:54.31 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Boredom level: Godlike! When Homer Simpson decided to become an inventor, this automatic hammer was one of its inventions. Patrick Priebe wanted to make his own working replica and bring it to the real world. So he used aluminum and a solenoid to provide the horsepower required. Watch the following video



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