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Team Members Andrew Milstead Justin Shelton Nate Best Josh McCullough
Design Uses blue plastic tubing wrapped inside a bucket. Ball bearing descends down the tubing at a constant acceleration. Tubing is zip-tied through holes in bucket.
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