2016-02-13 (Sa) ESPeri.Impass

Superglue was used to glue the base to the bottom of the jar. Small points of glue were placed on each of the four feet on the base and it was lowered into place in the jar. While the glued dried it was placed near a fan so the vapors would not cause the clear jar to become cloudy.

 Glued base next to a vent

When the base was firmly glued in place a pair of curved forceps was used to carefully adjust the height of the post. The post had to be a specific height so it could tap the protrusion on the lid and held in place but not jump around on the post.

Forceps used to adjust the post

To do:
  • Make handheld haptic compass
  • Make compass work from pocket or necklace
  • Miniaturize
The rest of the posts for this project have been arranged by date.

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Completed projects from year 1.
Completed projects from year 2

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2016-02-11 (Th)