What you see here is the first-ever model of Eggland Theme Park's new gyroscope ride! Seating the passenger in a basket indefinitely, the ride is powered by the mere flicks and pushes of human fingers! Now, you all may have a few questions about this machine: such as: Is it humane to be spinning sentient eggs around until they puke and providing no exit? Come to think about it, what would eggs throw up if they had a digestive tract: the yolk, the white, or some other substance? The answer: don't think about it that much!
SOME ASSEMBLY REQUIRED:
Gyroscope frame prints in two pieces, which snap together using pegs
Outer rings of the gyroscope print as one piece
Egg/basket handle print as separate pieces, connected by pegs
Hot glue is recommended for firmer cohesion of parts
PLA, ABS, and t-glase filaments are recommended as printing materials
Step 1: Glue/snap egg/basket handle together.
Step 2: After letting the glue cool, snap the completed egg/basket into the center of the gyroscope, making sure to insert the protruding cones into the basket holes.
Step 3: Glue/snap gyroscope frame pieces together.
Step 4: Snap completed gyroscope into the frame, following the same process from Step 2.