This one is an old couple doing laundry the old fashion way. All of the action
parts are mirrored so they can be glued together and viewed correctly from
either side. They also are printed in relief so painting will be easier.
If an .stl file has a number, that's how many need to be printed. Otherwise,
one of each.
Assembly should be pretty easy but I've included a .pdf file called Assembly
that should be helpful if necessary.
We don't get much wind where I live, so getting a good video of Laundry Day in
action wound up being quite a challenge. Every time I noticed the whirligig
moving, I ran outside with my Iphone to get a video. The best I could do was
about 5 seconds of action before the wind died down. I finally put the
whirligig near one of my surveillance cameras and zoomed in on it. After about
a week, there was finally enough breeze to operate the whirligig. As a
consequence, the video quality is not as good as I wanted, but at least you can
see it in action!