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Baking Powder Submarine

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Baking Powder Submarine by Clouded3D Jan 19, 2016
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Found this bad boy and modified it into a baking powder submarine. Thanks cescmentation_folch

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i had something similar when i was a kid...

it came with a bag of tablets which gave off a gas when in contact with water and would dive and surface..

unfortunately i don't have a bath anymore.....

Thanks you so much this bring back a childhood memory. I remember getting a baking soda submarine in a cereal box. Could have been captain crunch.

I remember it from cereal boxes in the '50's.

lol don't thank me just yet....unfortunately I just tried it out and it needs more weight in the front so maybe you can figure it out. It will be an on-going process but I have faith that someone can make it work. It was a first try but ill see what I can do to get it working. Y'all feel free to print it out and see what we can add to get this model working properly!

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