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mahking51

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I have just had this deposited on me by a mate who wants me to use this 'thing' as a prototype for a .............?????? :?: :?:


A few clues:
This is an actual working object that fulfils (just!!), its design specs.
The new one will be about seven and a half feet tall!
It can be used by adults and children.

I am offering a prize of a set of Veritas plans for a hanging tool cabinet, (Andy Boyd need not apply! :D :D ) to the first correct answer. If no one gets it the prize goes to the most imaginative answer in the opinion of the single judge. I hereby nominate Alf as said judge if she would be so kind.

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Martin
 

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Hmm, nice prototype. Well, when you said it was going to be 7 feet tall I thought perch/nesting box for birdies, possibly heron or stork? Then you said it could be used by adults and children equally, which rather puts the downer on that. As a child cannot reach 7 feet up into the air then should something be suspended below it? Swing, punchbag, peanuts, climbing net?!

Steve.
 

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A holder for straw bales for archery practice?

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Some form of martial arts equipment? A board holder for breaking boards perhaps? I have seen some Tae Kwando (sp?) practitioners jump and kick close to 7ft up in the air.....

Steve.
Getting warm yet?
 

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Where would you like me to send the plans? PM me your address.
THE WINNER! Spot on!
I have to make an adjustable version suitable for kids and adults that takes the standard precut boards. All sounds very physical....
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Martin
Well that didn't last long.....
 

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Thanks, PM sent. I only said I had seen them do it, I have trouble lifting my leg to tie my shoelaces some days :shock:

Cheers,

Steve.
 

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I don't, what you people do while I am at work. :shock:

Martin,

How about a picture of your finished one, complete with foot? :roll:
 

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