This workshop was developed and delivered at Woodford in 2016 by Peter Musk.

Recycled e-waste , laser cut parts and simple mechanics combine to make a push-along device that captures energy from a reciprocating DVD tray drive powered by linkages, driven by a cardboard wheel pushed along the ground. A string of LEDs lights up as a result.

Workshop Instructions

Design and Cutfiles

workshops/prototypes/woodford_wheelie.txt · Last modified: 2018/12/04 15:30 by Peter Musk
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