RE: [Friends of DigiComp] Re: Slow cutting
Could I get a copy of your book? I got my version and have assembled it
(very carefully I might add) and am ready to go! I had one of the original
Digicomp I units when I was a kid but it got damaged. I never got another
one or a II but I sure enjoyed the I.
[mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of wkustes
Sent: Tuesday, July 31, 2007 11:13 PM
Subject: [Friends of DigiComp] Re: Slow cutting
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "tinygeek" <tinygeek@...>
>Best will certainly be to buy the version 2 from Tim Walker at Minds-
> I have decided to try to build a digicomp on the cheap. I made
> stencils of all the parts, traced them onto some masonite, and now I
> am forced to cut them out with a coping saw, because I have no other
> way of cutting them out. I really wish I had a scroll saw for things
> like this. Does anyone have any ideas for how to cut out the parts
> faster/with less effort?
on-Toys, ~$50. But if you are determined to make your own, I suggest
geting/using a Dremel tool to shape the internal spaces on the clock
planes and support plates. They should be shaped exactly.
By the way, when you have a working model, I have written a book of
new programs to supplement the original work.
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- The book is called MORE FUN with DIGI COMP I. I can send it as a
book or as a CD. The book or CD is $15 plus shipping. The work
consists of 49 programs for 32 activities on 62 pages. The Table of
Contents is attached. Please specify if you want the book or the
CD. Clip art on the CD is in color. Or you can get both for $25
For US shipping, please send a mailing address with a check or money
For one item send $19
For both items send $29
(which includes the $4 shipping).
For shipping outside the USA please send a mailing address with cash
or money order:
For one item send $24USD
For both items send $34USD
(which includes the $9 shipping).
2418 Lamborne Blvd
Louisville KY 40272 USA
and I will send the item(s) very soon. Thanks.
MORE FUN WITH DIGICOMP I
Table of Contents
The AND/OR Slider
Counter that Counts Up & Back
& Then Recycles
Even & Odd Counter
Bank Night with Cards
Guess the Number
Heads or Tails
The Hidden Number
The Magic Matrix
Rock Paper Scissors
Roll That Die!
Spell the Spades
Coin Flipping, or Beat the Devil
Railroad Crossing Signal
Six-Cylinder Auto Distributor
Grundy's Game Revisited
The Optimist's Game
The Pessimist's Game
Tchuk Ruma Revisited
The Cannibals & the
The Jealous Husbands
Merlin's Checker Puzzle
Spot the Numbers
The Tower of the Orient
> Bill,assembled it
> Could I get a copy of your book? I got my version and have
> (very carefully I might add) and am ready to go! I had one of theoriginal
> Digicomp I units when I was a kid but it got damaged. I never gotanother
> one or a II but I sure enjoyed the I.