How to make jaws of life with cardboard

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how to make jaws of life with cardboard

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Jaws of life project

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CARDBOARD Robotic Hydraulic Arm

In this Instructables we will be showing you how to make your very own Hydraulic Arm! This project focuses on the principles of hydraulic movements. To do that we made a small scale demonstration of a Robotic Hydraulic Arm. We managed to do some pretty cool tasks with our ''Arm'', do check out the video down below for a better understanding! This project is entirely made with cardboard and a couple of syringes, all the plans and blueprints are available.

This instuctable instructs you on how to make a cardboard costume of a great white shark. This was a school project and it involved working in a group, and each group had to make a line of marine themed costumes. Design Brief : Develop a line of marine themed costumes made from recycled cardboard that can be slotted together for assembly that adults can easily make for middle school aged children to use indoors or outdoors when under minimal supervision. My group, chose the theme : Sharks. Did you use this instructable in your classroom? Add a Teacher Note to share how you incorporated it into your lesson. Part P1: Front Piece of Body 1.

Driving down the interstate, you reach down to grab the road map from the passenger-side floorboard. In an instant, you inadvertently swerve onto the shoulder of the road, and your car flips as you attempt to regain control.
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Orange Box Ceo 6,, views. Now obviously it don't need to cut anything the "jaws" should just move like the splitter version of jaws of life. Now my learner know how to work with hydraulics and pneumatic using syringes. In the text book they inform the learners that they may use washing pegs, syringes, plastic tubing, but they can use The Jaws of Life equipment is some of the most unsophisticated hydraulic machinery, because there are very few parts involved in making the devices work. In the cutter and spreader, a portable engine pumps pressurized hydraulic fluid into the piston cylinder through one of two hose ports. A typical Jaws of Life machine uses about 1 quart of

I wish I could say I spend every summer afternoon sitting next to my kids, doing crafts or reading books. But I still try to plan some sort craft or creative activity we can do together at least once a week. So last week we figured out how to make them at home. Making these DIY cardboard monster jaws was so much fun! With big snapping jaws. That shoot out a foot or two when you snap them closed. We had a few friends over when we made them, so there were 6 monsters being built at once, and it kept all of us busy for about an hour or so.


  1. Dan W. says:

    Hydraulic systems use pressurized liquid to transmit and magnify forces.

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