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Our newest project (#58 – SonicDad Rattlesnake Eggs) has a sweet contest going on right now. Click here for more contest details!
We are pleased to announce our recent partnership with Innovative Education Management Charter Schools of California Innovative Education Management has been successfully developing and operating California charter schools for over a decade. A nonprofit, public benefit corporation, IEM is meeting … Continue reading
We’re happy to announce the Sonic DC Motor as the first “SuperSonic” project. SuperSonic Projects are Expert-Level and will require a little more work than regular SonicDad projects. In this video our Founde,r Ritchie Kinmont, gives you the inside scoop … Continue reading
You asked. We answered. The following promo code will give you a full 20% off the premium Mach 1 Membership. The code is: limited_offer – just use it on the signup page or click this link to activate it now: … Continue reading
This week we have a special video with SonicDad founder and chief inventor, Ritchie Kinmont. We coaxed Ritchie out from behind the camera and put him in front of the lens to talk a little about the upcoming project release … Continue reading
Modeled after the full-sized Slingshot (project # 37), this pint-sized Slingshot is small enough to hide inside of an Altoids can, but big enough to pack a powerful punch. The Micro Slingshot (project #39) is available for download in the SonicDad … Continue reading
Yep. It’s here. Watch out Bad Bart – the Sonic Mini Slingshot will put any Red Rider BB Gun to shame! Made from popsicle sticks, rubberbands, and a few other common household items, this slingshot is a must-have for anyone … Continue reading
Have you ever seen a paper airplane break the sound barrier? Project #36 is a Paper Airplane Launcher that will really tear up the skies! Click here to view the project details and download the PDF instructions. You can also … Continue reading
The Flying Popsicle Stick Helicopter is a geared for pilots 10 and up. Young children enjoy watching the helicopter fly, but may have difficulty launching it. This little baby can reach heights of 10’ to 20’. How high will yours … Continue reading