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  • Gizmos & Gadgets 2015: Gizmo Videos

    Discuss the workings of the various gizmos and gadgets after seeing them in motion.
    It’s hard to get the full effect of many of the projects in the Gizmos & Gadgets 2015 Special Issue. You really need to see them in action. Scroll down to see videos of many of the projects in motion.       Watch Chris Fitch’s Cowboy Automaton ride his horse …
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    Looks like some fun projects. The Clock certainly was an enjoyable project.!
    It looks like it is disassembled on the cover.
    I will probably tackle the music box after the holidays.
    The Horse looks like fun also.
    The rubber band gun would get me into trouble, as it brings out the inner child!
    Last edited by BobD; 10-08-2015, 07:46 AM.
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