Our Cricket Xylophone Plan shows you how to make a cricket that can really chirp out a tune. As it rolls, its legs bound up and down and its antennae double as hammers. Makes a great gift for kids, or they can help you out with the project. Full-scale patterns make the scroll saw work a breeze - just glue them onto the wood and cut them out. Chosen from among the most popular plans in the Woodworker's Journal, this selection includes plenty of full-color photographs, a detailed exploded view, materials list, and step-by-step instructions.
Components needed: (Sold Separately)
- 1 set 34149 - set of xylophone bars
- 7 pks 21691 - 7/32'' Hole Maple Axles plan uses 20 each.
- 1 pk - 3/4'' Diam. Hrdwd Balls plan used 2 each.
- 2 pks 21725 - 11/32'' Hole Maple Axles plan uses 6 each.
- 1 pk 65805 - 2 1/2'' by 3/4'' Treaded Wheel uses 4 each.
- 1 pk - 1 1/4'' by 1/2'' Treaded Wheel uses 2 each.
- 1 pk 20545 - Screw Hole Buttons/Walnut-1/2" plan uses 2 each.
- 1 ea 21493 - 2'' Diameter Hardwood Ball
Note: if you intend to build this project for use by children, please make sure you follow current governmental safety guidelines for the country, state or jurisdiction in which you live. For the USA, current guidelines can be found at the Consumer Product Safety Commission website: http://www.cpsc.gov/ While efforts are made to design this plan to safety guidelines, no guarantee is made that this plan is current with the particular regulations or guidelines of your governmental jurisdiction.
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I'm probably biased in my 5-star...Posted June 8, 2012
Very nice. I like it.Posted October 21, 2008
Except for an error in a...Posted February 19, 2008