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Orrey - In Brass, Aluminum, Acrylic, Corian and Exotic Woods
posted September 19 2013 14:52.13 by spic0m




An Orrery is a working model of our solar system. This is a magnificent representation both in mechanical and aesthetics perspectives.
The whole project took ten months to complete and at the site you can find all the steps of it in videos.



[Link: zeamon]
 
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