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Freaking and creative DIY gift [Video]
posted October 20 2012 9:17.30 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Creativity and imagination combined with some plywood, metal, a servomotor and a few microelectronics results into a freaking though funny present box... Made by Chris Eckert & Martin Fox



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