June 30, 2011 by sarah · Comments Off
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This beady eyed crow blinks as the turning handle alerts him to the presence of your hand, which he then follows as it turns… brilliant device. The accompanying noise makes it all the more menacing.
An edition of 4 only
Original Paul Spooner, signed, dated and numbered
150mm High x 70mm Wide x 110mm Deep
£660 (excl. VAT)
June 16, 2011 by sarah · Comments Off
Turn the handle and the oarsman vigorously rows with his single oar boat, down the Orinoco river. The piranha fish leap out of the water ahead of the boat, which is laden with gaily painted fruit and fish.
Height 20 cm
Attaching Cams, Pulleys, Cranks, Gears, and Handles to Wooden Shafts
To get things moving in an automaton, some parts must be attached firmly to round wooden shafts. But how? And which way is best for your project? Read on! The techniques discussed below apply to cams, pulleys, eccentrics, cranks, gears, handles, and other parts. I’ve used the term “cam” throughout to simplify the descriptions.
June 1, 2011 by sarah · Comments Off
Height 15 cm