|Paper can be made of everything, a AK47, R2... now turn a Origami V12 Four-stroke engine($110). It is very complicated. Built by a self-employed Montreal man named Yee, the Origami V12 is an paper engine that pumps just like real engines (with the help of electrical wires, a resistor, a motor and a battery holder). It consisted of 1978 pieces of paper parts(195 sheets of printed patterns), a compound crankshaft, a rapid cooling fan, 12 rods and 12 pistons etc. You can check out it form Yee's website, the total pack included a some electrical wires, some little wood sticks, 12 mini switches, 12 red LEDs, a special motor, a battery holder with switch, a resistor, 195 sheets fine printed Patterns and a CD-ROM (a PDF file with 575 pages instruction and another PDF file contain 195 patterns). Check out see the video of this V12, really cool!
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