A Mechanical Spider made from recycled watch parts including gears, watch plates, winding stems, and spring barrels.
Spider No 9 presents a new design for my spider creations. Rather than the body being just soldered together stems and spring barrels, it consists of a chassis-like assembly made with watch plates connected by stems. Onto this chassis are soldered the spring barrels and stems for eyes, the legs, the light bulb and a few gears for added mechanical effect.
Each leg consists of four different watch winding stems that have been cut down to size and soldered at the joint. Each leg has three soldered joints.
After the legs have been soldered individually, they are grouped into sides, and each side is soldered together. The sides are then soldered to the body chassis.
Therefore, the legs themselves take thirty four soldered joints.
The chassis on this particular spider has around eighteen solder points, for a total of fifty-two different areas that need to be joined together.
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These cute, soft, pastel colored octopi are sure to make you smile. Once you pick it up, you won't want to put it back down! Our octopi love to play, perch and pose, make one your new best friend (or make you best friends day by giving them a fun little gift!). Octopi are also masters of surprise, they love to get into all kinds of mischief together.
We carefully design all our own patterns and have been making these cuties for years now, you won't find a cuter or better made plushie! Each octopus has its own unique personality because each was hand crafted with love. Our designs are unique to our shop, and the quality is unparalleled! You won't find a better plush, anywhere!
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"This nasty little thing was invented by Doctor A, Grimmelore in order to deal with an annoying infestation of ClockRoaches and TimeTicks. Upon detecting a preset level of vibration ( necessary to avoid injury to a beloved pet or small child.) the device will pursue the offending mecho-beasty, once its pincers have clamped down firmly for two full seconds, the tail gun will press against it and fire. Rendering the little blighter intert."
This piece was in the Shelburne Museum: 6000 Shelburne Road Shelburne, VT 05482 802-985-3346.
It is made of brass, watch and clock parts, and a very small, yes real pistol for the stinger.