2014-06-11 (W) Tennis Ball Launcher INSTRUCTIONS

This blog is set up like a story which chronicles my adventure through a build. It includes everything from breakthroughs and inspiration to failures. That's fine and good but not necessarily useful if people want to copy my project. They could go through the blog posts and pick out the good parts but they don't have the comprehension of the projects I do.

I dedicated a day to translating the whole Tennis Ball Launcher project into an easy *ahem* to follow guide.

All in all the rework cost me 3,300 words. That's a lot of writing for one day.

Enough background.

The pictures from the blog were arranged by date published and filtered in include the valuable steps. Pictures showing steps that were not part of the final project were redacted. The images were imported to the Instructables.com creation wizard. Rather than copy text from the blog all new text was written to ensure a logical procedure.

Some of the steps were shown out of order to emphasize the importance of some steps. For example, paint phase comes last even though parts were painted before the completion and some parts were painted nights apart from others.

The Instructable was not published but the data was compiled to produce a webpage which will be hosted elsewhere before the Instructable is published. A submission to Hack-a-Day will be made with low expectation of recognition.


Word count: 3357 words

The rest of the posts for this project have been arranged by date.

A list showing of all the final posts of COMPLETED projects.

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