Engineering projects for Halloween from Design News' Gadget Freak
Design News, another RBI publication, provides some Halloween fun with its "Gadget Freak" feature, showing how engineers are "Cutting Pumpkins the Tesla Way" along with other freakish projects, including...
Design News , another Reed Business Information (RBI) publication, provides some Halloween fun with its " Gadget Freak " feature.
One article shows how engineers are " Cutting Pumpkins the Tesla Way " using water pressure for power.
For Design News' Gadget Freak, Rick Crammond creates turbine power from his kitchen sink to drive a circular saw blade for easy jack-o'-lantern carving.
In that article, Rick Crammond creates turbine power from his kitchen sink to drive a circular saw blade for easy jack-o'-lantern carving.
A video clip is included along with links to "Get Build Instructions" and "Post a Comment."
Related Halloween-type Gadget Freak items include:
-Flickering LED Pumpkin Light;
-Fading LED Monster Eyes;
-Spooky Sound Generator;
– Edited by Mark T. Hoske , editor in chief
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