Serendipitous Car

I was doing some prototyping for a toy locomotive I’m thinking about making, and it got out of hand. Before I knew it, I had turned that prototype into a full-fledged toy.

As usual, the wheels are Corian. The wood is Saman, a Venezuelan wood, and the axles are brass rod which I found at a local recycling center.


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Published in: on 21 November, 2009 at 12:54 am  Comments (2)  

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  1. […] wheels and eyes are made from Corian, the body is saman, and the legs are some mysterious hardwood from something I salvaged for its wheels. Published […]

  2. […] wheels and eyes are made from Corian, the body is saman, and the legs are some mysterious hardwood from something I salvaged for its wheels. Possibly […]


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