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Finally, a whistle with flair! Impress your friends with how distinguished you look when you make high-pitched noises. The photo of me modeling the whistle also includes a moustache cookie cutter by http://www.thingiverse.com/destos.
It says "Fab Lab Tulsa" on it because that is where I hang out!
There is no ball in this whistle, so it doesn't make a very shrill sound. If you want a ball in it, just drop a lightweight ball-like object into the resonating cavity when you see the top start to close in. (It closes in slowly, from one side to the other, since the whistle is tapered)
The gcode file is from ReplicatorG. It is what I used to print the whistle on a Makerbot Replicator.
The SolidWorks model is version 2012.
Sherlock Whistle by DrewTM is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike license.
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