Zheng3 Penny Mortar
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"Snoozing on his throne, the last sound Lord Aethelred heard was a flaming cask of night soil splintering the Great Hall's rafters."
--Qie Zi, The Art of Seej
The Penny Mortar will loft a U.S. penny over the sofa with contemptuous ease.
The zip file contains all pieces broken out so that international Thingiversians can scale the nock for their local coinage.
Construction requires a pair of elastic bands. See the Zheng3 Penny Ballista for detailed instructions on rigging the bands through the posts and nock. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:23464
Flagrant stagecraft alert: there's a piece of hookup wire holding the nock in firing position.
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