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October 5, 2009

Spooky Bat Dropper using two Servo Motors

at 5:19 am. Filed under Cool Gadgets, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks, Toy Hacks


In the video the Spooky Dropper is setup to deliver a bat right in front of the victim. It could drop a spider, ghost, rat or anything else you can dream up! It can reset itself automatically using one normal servo and one that has been modified for continuous operation. This is begging to be hooked up to a motion detector or even the door bell circuit to launch at just the right time. 🙂 To see the full documentation of Vern Graner’s project have a look at the Halloween edition of Nuts and Volts Magazine.

If you have a Halloween project of your own, why not add it to the list of projects in the Show us your Halloween Project Contest.


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5 Responses to “Spooky Bat Dropper using two Servo Motors”

  1. Zake Says:

    That’s great! Simple enough for “anyone” to make with instructions.
    And the way it’s made to drop and reset makes the object to jump around (not just straight down -> straight up movement).

  2. Richard Says:

    Brilliant! Many uses!

  3. waqas Says:

    Complex mode spooky bat

  4. woodworm cricket bat Says:

    the way it was made is so interesting, to drop and reset it makes the object jump.

  5. Stephen Says:

    If you need a gadget for testing your modified/standard servo check this out:

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