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Propeller beanie design problem: attaching the propeller to the motor

3/18/2013 03:27 PM EDT
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Elukac
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Elukac   3/20/2013 5:52:17 AM
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The company involved is Richco Plastic, not Ricoh.

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seaEE   3/20/2013 4:40:56 AM
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I think it needs an electronic windsock and a reverse mode, so that if it is stormy, the propellor will run in reverse and keep the beanie on one's head.

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mightygus   3/19/2013 8:21:28 PM
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I think caps flying around the room would be cool.

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re: Propeller beanie design problem: attaching the propeller to the motor
Max The Magnificent   3/18/2013 3:52:51 PM
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My next question is how is this board attached to the hat?

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