Water Wheel Tutorial

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If you’ve got project in mind that requires a water wheel, like the Cider Mill below, you may be interested in this technique by Miro Dudas, Miro78 on Flickr.

From the photo, you can follow his building technique fairly easily, I think. You’re building 2 sides of the wheel, and then connecting them to form the full wheel. Quite clever and simple after you spend a minute looking at it.
Water Wheel Tutorial

Obviously there’s other uses for this technique of sandwiching bricks and mechanisms together. If you’ve done anything like this, perhaps you could share your ideas with us in the comments below.

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