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kfield
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These projects are great
kfield   8/31/2014 9:29:23 PM
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I just love these fun little project, that show great engineering skills, but in a fun way. I always loved the bank with the hand that reached out and grabbed your coin!

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Fun Project
zeeglen   5/22/2014 9:10:45 AM
Isn't it nice that we can occasionally use technical skills for some whimsical fun?  Up until now, the only tech use for a cigar box was to build a Z scale model railrod inside it. Tight curve and small locomotive, but it could be made to fit.

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