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The 1 Inch catapult

This is a tiny little catapult that I made for a stop motion animation project. It is 1 1/2 inches in length and stands about 1 inch tall. And.. it really works! It is just a fun little project. I built it with a few scraps of wood, a small rubber band, one toothpick and a hot glue gun.

 

This picture shows the completed catapult.

The most difficult part, which wasn't very difficult at all, was drilling the hole for he swing arm pivot.

A toothpick goes in the hole and rotates smoothly so the swing arm can pivot. After this I just need to glue the pivot down to the base of the catapult then cut a small length of rubber band and hot glue that down.

I made this catapult for a stop motion animation project where I had to duplicate my arts and crafts room and that meant I had to have a miniature catapult! The catapult is in this video:

 

 

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MOTA Catapult - Desktop Battle Kit -

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  • Replicate the ancient art of war, or learn about the physics and engineering while constructing the catapult
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