The Path of the Adventurers Boardgame

Pulley Wheel Machine and Lever Machine Propelled Bicycle

A project in Durham, NC by Rashad Scarborough

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Lever machines and Pulley wheel machines have been used for over 2300 years by humans to reduce effort when moving heavy objects.
Backers: 3
Average Pledge Per Backer: $1

Funded: $3 of $4,000
Dates: Apr 12th -> Jun 6th (55 days)
Project By: Rashad Scarborough
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