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Thread: This was made 240 years ago, but would be amazing if it were made today!

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    This was made 240 years ago, but would be amazing if it were made today!


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    wow...what a craftsman Lance. I thought I was doing OK making a guitar....
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    Amazing , Thanks Lance
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    How completely amazing that such an object existed and still exists today!! Thanks for sharing
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    Yep, truly amazing.
    Thanks for that Lance.

    I wonder what he did in his spare time.
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    wow, amazing.

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    ?????? Is this a HOAX? What??? Unbelievable if true!!! ????
    And other Qs???? Amazing!!!
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    amazing machines. One features in the movie Hugo!

    Leonardo made at least two in the 1500's, one was presented to King Louis XII. Cuckoo clocks use the same principles. Interestingly if one of these was made today we would tend to call it a Robot. Automaton was the word used for centuries to describe these machines, right up until the 1920's when Robot became popular.
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    Worst part is that it's handwriting is better than mine!
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    That is truly amazing lance. Thanks
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    WoW this is amazing, thanks for sharing..
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