Now you can have one to play with in your own home. The whole device stands about foot tall when unloaded and flings various things ten feet or more. Guides to build a trebuchet out of various materials. Everything from a miniature trebuchet to huge examples of this siege engine. A complete and free tutorial on making this 12 inch table top trebuchet. This mighty desktop artillery is capable of hurling the wooden ball projectiles (included) over twenty feet! Just load-up the counterweight bucket with about 150 pennies and you are ready to go!.
Jefenry’s Desktop Trebuchet is a little over 7-inches tall and made from popsicle sticks and uses three lead balls for the counter weight. He uses it to throw treats to his cat at a distance of 10-15 feet. Now you can get one for your desk, thanks to E&M Labs, a clever Californian toy company that sells snap-together siege engines like the trebuchet, catapult and ballista, each of which is capable of hurling a toy ball over 70 feet. Sound cool? Now you can get one for your desk, thanks to E&M Labs, a clever Californian toy company that sells snap-together siege engines like the trebuchet, catapult and ballista, each of which is capable of hurling a toy ball over 70 feet. Can be assembled on your desktop. Project cost: 10.
Get a Desktop Trebuchet and Get Medieval! Each kit contains parts to build your own slice of medieval history. Building is fun, but then it’s time for some serious fun. Sometimes you just need to fire a small projectile at a friend you know for laughs. Here is a simple DIY desktop catapult you can make with just a few hours and some easy-to-get materials. In the video I used mortise and tenon joinery but you can get good results with just glue and brad nails.
10 Terrific Trebuchets