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@GovBob wrote:

It's part of one of these.


... and if you read the write-up Bob linked you will find the phrase "Stainless steel sieve ..."

as in "Sieve of Eratosthenes" whcih I belive Christian used to kick-bu@# in the Prime Number LabVIEW challenge.

 

Ben

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Well, I wasn't too far off!  At least I had the intended motions and the principle that it was for manipulating soft organic material right.


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Next Challenge (more in the broad sense of things):

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@ThiCop wrote:

Next Challenge (more in the broad sense of things):

 


EASY!

Why, Thats a "Rabbit in a hat!"  Its presented to prospective candidates for NI Certification as an NI Certified LabVIEW Consultant (Without any documentation) and, pulling the rabbit out of the hat is the final exam criteria for admission into that select group!


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Close... 🙂

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Old school I am much better with....

 

A rubber glove in a .... looks like the recease that used to be used on the back of speaker cabinets so the phone plug could fit in and still sit flush against a wall...

 

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Nope,

 

It is all "hard" plastic and the rabbit head can move. 🙂

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What is the size of this thing?

Looks like a bottle closure.....

 

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The height is around the same height of a 33 cl soda can.
It's diameter is (except for the bottom of the hat) much smaller.

A tip:

The hat itself contains objects that become visible by pulling the rabbit out of the hat.

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@ThiCop wrote:

A tip:

The hat itself contains objects that become visible by pulling the rabbit out of the hat.


Sounds like a gum ball machine


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