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I have gone to the secret ingredient stand and selected a fine assortment of coat hangers including the classic light wire (1), a pants hanger (2), a fine wooden hanger (3), and the kid's special (4). I updated the picture with numbers.
Materials used so far:
1 classic light wire hanger (1)
1 pants hanger (2)
1 wooden hanger (3)
2 kid's hangers (4)
7 20 x 20mm bases
4 25 x 50mm bases
1 empty pesto box
1 plastic dice container
Slow progress today
4 hydraulic pistons made out of the horizontal bars from hangers (2) and 3). 4 vertical supports cut from hanger (4), and the beginnings of an antenna tower made out of 3 25mm bases (trimmed and drilled) and 3 pieces of wire cut from hanger (1)
The peices were simply measured, marked, and then cut with a razor saw using a miter box. The antenna tower was made by clipping the coat hanger wire and then smoothing down the ends with a file.
The supports are just half of a 20mm base with hole drilled into the apexes.
soooo... What exactly is it that you're making then?
Good work so far.
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In progress notes:
Scrounged up some more components. I box from a tube of pesto paste and a plastic dice container you can get from your local game store. If you're really nice, they might even give you one for free.
The pesto box is cut down slightly and fit into the bottom of the dice box
In the meantime, the angled supports that were cut out of coat hanger (4) are glued onto a 25 x 50mm base on one end and a 20 x 20mm base on the other.
looking good iffy but I have no idea what it is from!
YOu gotta get a move on if you can! just over a week left :o