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Magic Flight Launch Box DIY with details on things you need

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Uploaded on Jan 4, 2012

MAJOR CHANGE: use steel wire for the two contacts (I used that circle keychain thing, it works great!)

Materials:
- Stripped RG6 copper-clad steel coaxial cable to make the battery contacts/cables
- CD case (or other clear plastic sheet)
- Stainless steel tea ball (can be bought at: dollar store, coffee shop and cooking store)
- 1 piece of wood of any kind, the real mflb is 2.5" x 1.25" x 0.9", but mine is a bit different
- 1 small screw to allow the plastic piece to rotate
- Energizer Recharge basic charger (comes with 2 2000 ma/h NiMH rechargeable batteries)
- [optional]Staple's plastic throwable pensils, or something like that... (for the stem piece)

Tools:
- 1" drill bit for the "ingredients" hole (smaller than the real thing)
- 9/16" drill bit for the battery slot (mine is 5/8", but slightly too big)
- Other drill bits for the contact holes and stem hole
- Saw or band-saw for all the cuts
- Any type of drill
- Sandpaper for the beauty :)

Notes:
- CD case plastic is a pain in the arse to cut, it always brakes, might wan't to consider something else
- Works best with 2700 ma/h batteries, but will still work for the first few hits with 2000 ma/h
- Total cost of 20-30$ if you already have the tools and drill bits, which 15$ is spent on batteries and charger, but still beats 120$ :P
- For best performance use steel contact cables, ex: round keychain thingy

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