How would I do this..?

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  1. NBStudios

    NBStudios Active Member

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  2. Alan Castillo

    Alan Castillo Master Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    It's a simple system of rods stuck to the underside of the rotating plate, that make a piece of firm but flexible sliver of metal 'click' every time they go past. Like in one of those rotating gambling wheels at fairgrounds so to speak. The amount and spacing of the rods determines how often it clicks.
     
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  3. PROP MASTER

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    fix it in post...:lol
     
  4. NormanF

    NormanF Master Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Below is a video that should give you an idea of how it would work. Obviously, you will need to scale it down. You could probably also swap things around so you are turning the spring part and it is surrounded by the pegs.
    Make a New Year's rattle noisemaker - YouTube
     
  5. NBStudios

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    Like Roulette?
     
  6. Alan Castillo

    Alan Castillo Master Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Zackalram1 New Member

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    To make the hinders open like in the film you need to make the cover of the book yourself from wood
    You make it hollow with a bottom piece four sides and a top piece
    On the bottom piece of wood use the inside latch of a door handle and position the hole where the center of the lock dial will be
    Make sure you glue it down
    Then attach a long thin strip of wood to the latch going length ways so that when you put the top piece of wood on the cover the hole in the latch is ready for the dial on the dial make sure to attach a small piece of wood big enough to fit in the hole in the latch
    So that when you put the hindges down , as long as there is a small latch to go from underneath the vultures head on the hind he to underneath the strip of wood so that when you turn the dial the strip of wood moves left and the spring loaded hindges have nothing to hold them down so they flip back
     
  8. TJack

    TJack Master Member Community Staff RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Holy necro post. This thread is almost 5 years old now.
     
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  9. funboy1013xx

    funboy1013xx Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    well even the mummy came back to life.... :lol
     

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