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Make An Animatronic Hocus Pocus Spellbook With Arduino

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Make an animatronic Hocus Pocus spellbook. via instructables

…I’ll do my best to document the process I took to create the book from Hocus Pocus and add more pictures. The biggest thing to remember while reading through this is that everything will need to be adjusted to fit depending on your set up.

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Picture of Materials
Guts
Arduino Board (I used the Arduino Uno)
Jumper Cables
4 AA Battery Power Pack
9 volt battery
(4) Micro Servos
Cardboard
Hot Glue
Fake Eye
(2) Micro Clevis Pin sets (you’ll need 4 in total (I got these at my local RC Hobby Shop))
Ball links
12 gauge aluminum jewelry wire
Hole punch pliers
Dremel1/32″ drill bit
Staples
Solder
Soldering Iron

Book
Magnetic Book Box
Silver Clay
Jewel
Black Acrylic Paint
Brown Packaging Paper
Glucose
Water
Spray Bottle
Wood Stain
Mod Podge Matte
Twine
Needle
Paintbrushes
Hinge
Velcro

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