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Pegasus

- Pegasus, Junk Automata to Download and Make

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Turn the handle on the Pegasus model and the winged horse flies! The body and wings of this model are made from standard printer paper and the various linkages are constructed using straightened paper clips.

Pegasus

You can make your own Pegasus by downloading the parts file and following the instruction below. Members can download the parts for free, thanks for

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Print out the three pages of the file onto standard 80gsm printer paper.

Score along the dotted and dashed lines then carefully cut out the parts.

Most of the parts are made by folding over and glueing down the paper to make it double thickness. Wait until the glue is completely dry before you cut out the parts. Cut the wings out as shown. The image below shows the underside of the wings with the grey semi-circular glue areas.

Pegasus

Straighten out some paperclips and use the templates on the first page of the download to create the various linkages for the model.

Add these paper ends to the wing pushrods as shown.

Glue the tab of the wing pushrod end to the underside of the wing.

Repeat the process with the other wing.

Cut out the body inner and fit the main pushrod into position.

Pegasus

Glue the body left and right into position trapping the wire into place.

Glue the legs into position as shown.

Cut out one of the brass blocks from a 5A electrical connector block.

Thread the slider loop into position.

Thread the slider loop and the pushrod support into the brass block so that the loop is in the centre of the pushrod support then tighten the screws.

Pegasus

Cut a 3mm wide strip of gaffer tape and wrap it round near the end of the pushrod support.

Repeat at the other end of the wire.

Glue the wing tabs to the body.

Thread the loops at the ends of the wing pushrods over the ends of the pushrod support and trap them loosely into position with another strip of gaffer tape.

Clip the brass block into place in the peg.

Pegasus

Roll the Core Bush round the handle wire as shown and glue the end down. The bush should be free to turn round the wire.

Thread the bush into the peg spring.

Shape the other end of the handle wire to make a crank handle.

Roll the Crank Axle strip around the crank section of the wire and glue down the end.

Thread the loop on the end of the main pushrod over the paper tube and nip it up lightly with your pliers so that it stays in position but is still free to turn.

Pegasus

Turn the handle to make your Pegasus fly!

2 reviews for Pegasus, Junk Automata to Download and Make

This is a charming model…I wonder some other Greek mythological models, like Perseus, medusa, Andromeda…It would be awesome!

Great Model Rob, I see it will be a great thing to put in the corner of my desk. The problem is I can’t quite finish it because I don’t know where to find one of those brass connector blocks. Could you please send me a link. Thanks

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2 reviews for Pegasus, Junk Automata to Download and Make

This is a charming model…I wonder some other Greek mythological models, like Perseus, medusa, Andromeda…It would be awesome!

Great Model Rob, I see it will be a great thing to put in the corner of my desk. The problem is I can’t quite finish it because I don’t know where to find one of those brass connector blocks. Could you please send me a link. Thanks

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- Pegasus, Junk Automata to Download and Make

Pegasus

The product is already in the wishlist!

5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings

The product is already in the wishlist!

Turn the handle on the Pegasus model and the winged horse flies! The body and wings of this model are made from standard printer paper and the various linkages are constructed using straightened paper clips.

You can make your own Pegasus by downloading the parts file and following the instruction below. Members can download the parts for free, thanks for

Pegasus

> A post shared by on Dec 17, 2017 at 6:41am PST

Print out the three pages of the file onto standard 80gsm printer paper.

Score along the dotted and dashed lines then carefully cut out the parts.

Most of the parts are made by folding over and glueing down the paper to make it double thickness. Wait until the glue is completely dry before you cut out the parts. Cut the wings out as shown. The image below shows the underside of the wings with the grey semi-circular glue areas.

Straighten out some paperclips and use the templates on the first page of the download to create the various linkages for the model.

Pegasus

Add these paper ends to the wing pushrods as shown.

Glue the tab of the wing pushrod end to the underside of the wing.

Repeat the process with the other wing.

Cut out the body inner and fit the main pushrod into position.

Glue the body left and right into position trapping the wire into place.

Pegasus

Glue the legs into position as shown.

Cut out one of the brass blocks from a 5A electrical connector block.

Thread the slider loop into position.

Thread the slider loop and the pushrod support into the brass block so that the loop is in the centre of the pushrod support then tighten the screws.

Cut a 3mm wide strip of gaffer tape and wrap it round near the end of the pushrod support.

Pegasus

Repeat at the other end of the wire.

Glue the wing tabs to the body.

Thread the loops at the ends of the wing pushrods over the ends of the pushrod support and trap them loosely into position with another strip of gaffer tape.

Clip the brass block into place in the peg.

Roll the Core Bush round the handle wire as shown and glue the end down. The bush should be free to turn round the wire.

Pegasus

Thread the bush into the peg spring.

Shape the other end of the handle wire to make a crank handle.

Roll the Crank Axle strip around the crank section of the wire and glue down the end.

Thread the loop on the end of the main pushrod over the paper tube and nip it up lightly with your pliers so that it stays in position but is still free to turn.

Turn the handle to make your Pegasus fly!

Pegasus

2 reviews for Pegasus, Junk Automata to Download and Make

This is a charming model…I wonder some other Greek mythological models, like Perseus, medusa, Andromeda…It would be awesome!

Great Model Rob, I see it will be a great thing to put in the corner of my desk. The problem is I can’t quite finish it because I don’t know where to find one of those brass connector blocks. Could you please send me a link. Thanks

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2 reviews for Pegasus, Junk Automata to Download and Make

This is a charming model…I wonder some other Greek mythological models, like Perseus, medusa, Andromeda…It would be awesome!

Great Model Rob, I see it will be a great thing to put in the corner of my desk. The problem is I can’t quite finish it because I don’t know where to find one of those brass connector blocks. Could you please send me a link. Thanks

Your Rating Rate… Perfect Good Average Not that bad Very Poor

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- Pegasus, Junk Automata to Download and Make

The product is already in the wishlist!

Pegasus

5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings

The product is already in the wishlist!

Turn the handle on the Pegasus model and the winged horse flies! The body and wings of this model are made from standard printer paper and the various linkages are constructed using straightened paper clips.

You can make your own Pegasus by downloading the parts file and following the instruction below. Members can download the parts for free, thanks for

> A post shared by on Dec 17, 2017 at 6:41am PST

Pegasus

Print out the three pages of the file onto standard 80gsm printer paper.

Score along the dotted and dashed lines then carefully cut out the parts.

Most of the parts are made by folding over and glueing down the paper to make it double thickness. Wait until the glue is completely dry before you cut out the parts. Cut the wings out as shown. The image below shows the underside of the wings with the grey semi-circular glue areas.

Straighten out some paperclips and use the templates on the first page of the download to create the various linkages for the model.

Add these paper ends to the wing pushrods as shown.

Pegasus

Glue the tab of the wing pushrod end to the underside of the wing.

Repeat the process with the other wing.

Cut out the body inner and fit the main pushrod into position.

Glue the body left and right into position trapping the wire into place.

Glue the legs into position as shown.

Pegasus

Cut out one of the brass blocks from a 5A electrical connector block.

Thread the slider loop into position.

Thread the slider loop and the pushrod support into the brass block so that the loop is in the centre of the pushrod support then tighten the screws.

Cut a 3mm wide strip of gaffer tape and wrap it round near the end of the pushrod support.

Repeat at the other end of the wire.

Pegasus

Glue the wing tabs to the body.

Thread the loops at the ends of the wing pushrods over the ends of the pushrod support and trap them loosely into position with another strip of gaffer tape.

Clip the brass block into place in the peg.

Roll the Core Bush round the handle wire as shown and glue the end down. The bush should be free to turn round the wire.

Thread the bush into the peg spring.

Pegasus

Shape the other end of the handle wire to make a crank handle.

Roll the Crank Axle strip around the crank section of the wire and glue down the end.

Thread the loop on the end of the main pushrod over the paper tube and nip it up lightly with your pliers so that it stays in position but is still free to turn.

Turn the handle to make your Pegasus fly!

2 reviews for Pegasus, Junk Automata to Download and Make

Pegasus

This is a charming model…I wonder some other Greek mythological models, like Perseus, medusa, Andromeda…It would be awesome!

Great Model Rob, I see it will be a great thing to put in the corner of my desk. The problem is I can’t quite finish it because I don’t know where to find one of those brass connector blocks. Could you please send me a link. Thanks

Your Rating Rate… Perfect Good Average Not that bad Very Poor

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Pegasus

2 reviews for Pegasus, Junk Automata to Download and Make

This is a charming model…I wonder some other Greek mythological models, like Perseus, medusa, Andromeda…It would be awesome!

Great Model Rob, I see it will be a great thing to put in the corner of my desk. The problem is I can’t quite finish it because I don’t know where to find one of those brass connector blocks. Could you please send me a link. Thanks

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- Pegasus, Junk Automata to Download and Make

The product is already in the wishlist!

5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings

Pegasus

The product is already in the wishlist!

Turn the handle on the Pegasus model and the winged horse flies! The body and wings of this model are made from standard printer paper and the various linkages are constructed using straightened paper clips.

You can make your own Pegasus by downloading the parts file and following the instruction below. Members can download the parts for free, thanks for

> A post shared by on Dec 17, 2017 at 6:41am PST

Print out the three pages of the file onto standard 80gsm printer paper.

Pegasus

Score along the dotted and dashed lines then carefully cut out the parts.

Most of the parts are made by folding over and glueing down the paper to make it double thickness. Wait until the glue is completely dry before you cut out the parts. Cut the wings out as shown. The image below shows the underside of the wings with the grey semi-circular glue areas.

Straighten out some paperclips and use the templates on the first page of the download to create the various linkages for the model.

Add these paper ends to the wing pushrods as shown.

Glue the tab of the wing pushrod end to the underside of the wing.

Pegasus

Repeat the process with the other wing.

Cut out the body inner and fit the main pushrod into position.

Glue the body left and right into position trapping the wire into place.

Glue the legs into position as shown.

Cut out one of the brass blocks from a 5A electrical connector block.

Pegasus

Thread the slider loop into position.

Thread the slider loop and the pushrod support into the brass block so that the loop is in the centre of the pushrod support then tighten the screws.

Cut a 3mm wide strip of gaffer tape and wrap it round near the end of the pushrod support.

Repeat at the other end of the wire.

Glue the wing tabs to the body.

Pegasus

Thread the loops at the ends of the wing pushrods over the ends of the pushrod support and trap them loosely into position with another strip of gaffer tape.

Clip the brass block into place in the peg.

Roll the Core Bush round the handle wire as shown and glue the end down. The bush should be free to turn round the wire.

Thread the bush into the peg spring.

Shape the other end of the handle wire to make a crank handle.

Pegasus

Roll the Crank Axle strip around the crank section of the wire and glue down the end.

Thread the loop on the end of the main pushrod over the paper tube and nip it up lightly with your pliers so that it stays in position but is still free to turn.

Turn the handle to make your Pegasus fly!

2 reviews for Pegasus, Junk Automata to Download and Make

This is a charming model…I wonder some other Greek mythological models, like Perseus, medusa, Andromeda…It would be awesome!

Pegasus

Great Model Rob, I see it will be a great thing to put in the corner of my desk. The problem is I can’t quite finish it because I don’t know where to find one of those brass connector blocks. Could you please send me a link. Thanks

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