And if you're so inclined and have the time and tools, this DVD shows you how. David Allen and Scott Francis call themselves "MacGyver Magic," and the title is so appropriate.
Better Shop Around
By the way, this is a basic card fountain with no fancy radio controls. You simply press a button on the device and the cards go flying.
There's some shopping involved, but most of the parts should be found in hardware and radio parts stores. The authors purchased many of the electrical parts at their local Radio Shack. However, I've found lately that my local Radio Shack is no longer carrying the traditional electronic parts that they’ve offered in the past. But I'm sure these parts can be easily purchased via the internet.
The authors have done an amazing job of adapting parts and common household items - some of their creative work is downright ingenious. Allen and Francis also have created a light hearted video that is fun to watch.
Only the Handy Need Apply
-Wayne N. Kawamoto
MSRP: (US) $25
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