2020-09-10 (Th) Hackaday Summary

Wooden Tank’s Movement Hinges On Hinges
If I were going to build a WWII tank replica, I would have picked the Allied countries. Then again, if I were making a tank with two e-bike motors, it would probably have seat belts. This builder and I agree that a paintball gun is in the future. Most of the parts in this build were from a hardware store, which is tough to do, even if you aren't looking for historical accuracy. My favorite part was the treads made from 80 hinges held together with bolts and nylon-insert nuts. I even put a close-up of them next to the tank.

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