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Terry Jantzi says: “I built a homemade machine that works spectacularly. Made out of surplus steel bowls, a hanging plant basket and a propane torch, I produce all kinds of flavored cotton candy for family and friends.”

I like the way his video progressives from a working prototype to a slick finished project.

Mark Frauenfelder

Mark Frauenfelder

Mark Frauenfelder is the editor-in-chief of Make magazine, and the founder of the popular Boing Boing blog.


  • miroslava von schlochbaum

    that is a perfect prototype for a Maker video. instructive and progressive and just the right amount of additional text information. this guy should be making instructional videos (as well as high temperature confections)

  • Keith Stanley

    An excellent project with an excellent instructional video, well done.

    The Dollar Store; where would we be without it………

  • http://www.necdisplay.com NEC Display

    That i ever seen before. amazing video

  • Fernando Madeira

    assim dá gosto ver como trabalha um habilidoso e sem problemas em transmitir o seu saber. Parabéns daqui de Portugal

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  • Brent

    What I liked best about it was the way he was able to show the complete process without a lot of voice over. Great video.

  • Manny Flores

    so does the candy come out of the top of the little bowls or out from the seam between the welds?

  • http://www.youngmakersclub.blogspot.com Natalie, the Chickenblogger

    I love Makers!
    This is a tempting one, for sure.

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