The first student to get his done got it working after rechucking it two times. He is very meticulous. The others that have started since he completed his have found it to be a little more demanding!
Originally Posted by Ted Calver
Thanks, it really makes people take a second look when it jumps upside down!
Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan
RPM's seem to help along with mass.
Originally Posted by Jeff Bower
It will teach you how to spin. Thinking for one arthritic boy am going to show him how to make a handle and pull string to get his rpm's.
Originally Posted by Ryan Mooney
Thank you Rob, it is great to see them have success and for this student visit the "academic" wing and strut his stuff to the physics teacher (who by the way is a great guy and really engaged and congratulated this student on his achievement).
Originally Posted by Rob Keeble
I just ran across it as my beginners have to turn a top and to get an A on the project it has to spin for a full minute. Saw this and WHAM! I knew it was to be!!!!!!!!!
Originally Posted by Jim Burr
God and family, the rest is icing on the cake.
I'm so far behind, I think I'm in first place.
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