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Self Holding Weight
« on: May 20, 2008, 10:13:59 PM »
I came up with a simple design on how to put a weight on a seesaw and yet the seesaw does not lower as if the weight has become weightless...

A cord is attached to the seesaw which goes up and around a pulley, comes back down and connects to the weight, the weight is then placed on the seesaw and this is what happens.

Because the weight is pulling the seesaw up via the pulley, at the sametime the weight is resting on the seesaw preventing the seesaw from rising it results in the weight holding itself up on the seesaw, you might say it is perpetually holding itself up because the weight wants to push the seesaw down which pulls the seesaw up...

Hope you like it...

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Self Holding Weight
« on: May 20, 2008, 10:13:59 PM »