Toungue Depressor Whirlygig

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Toungue Depressor Whirlygig by senorjp Nov 6, 2012
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It's fast to print!

It's easy to assemble!

It flies!


Print out the part, then get hold of:

A pencil or pen (hexagonal style shaft)
6 long toungue depressors (1.6mm x 20mm x 170mm)

Shove the pencil through the middle and shove the toungue depressors in the slots.

Spin it fast with your hands and away it goes!

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In Canada we eat "popsicles" that come on "popsicle sticks" which are quite a bit smaller (about 2mm x 10mm x 110mm.)

I tried using popsicle sticks but couldn't get it to fly.

My toungue depressors are actually "Extra Jumbo Craft Sticks."

I was wandering for days what on earth a tongue depressor is... im sure in the uk we just call them lollypop sticks :)