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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    I'm willing to help. If I want a job to do all by myself I'm sure my wife can suggest a dozen for starters.
    To be honest, this job is really above me at this point. I went the length to make physical a fictional device, only because I have an extensive understanding of Science. But now I'm mentally drained. I want to be a Webslinger, the first, but this is Life not some movie, it's time to pass down the torch if I want to stay in reality. Not so much a SuperHero, but an Antihero since, I'm no vigilante. You may ask yourself how I plan on emulating the Spider-Man's ability, well that's just my little secret (working on a device that manipulates the work from beta brainwaves over time, to produce psionic power, called a Teletracâ„¢)

    At this point, all I can hope for is that understands my layout & can replicate it, sort of like a Team, because again, this project has left me mentally drained. I'm a skateboarder practicing for 5 years since getting out of highschool hoping to go pro, it took me 5 years to create the prototype you see above.

    If it's not against the rules, maybe we can connect through rdp or something & you can walk me through. I'll show you some more advanced schematics in private if you'd like (Because, you know, safety issues).

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    I'm assuming you have seen videos on YouTube of "web shooters". Is this what you are referring to when you say Webslinger? Note that most of these devices are much smaller than your mockup and they are intended to be worn on one's wrist.

    You state you're "mentally drained" at this point. Are you sure you want to take on such a project at this time?

    I have corresponded in various ways with other forum members outside the confines of the public forum. It is not against the rules. And I am able to keep a confidence. The last project I assisted on was for a device someone was attempting to get a patent on. I did not share any information that was exchanged between us with anyone else. To do so would be a serious breach of professional ethics in my opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    I'm assuming you have seen videos on YouTube of "web shooters". Is this what you are referring to when you say Webslinger? Note that most of these devices are much smaller than your mockup and they are intended to be worn on one's wrist.

    You state you're "mentally drained" at this point. Are you sure you want to take on such a project at this time?

    I have corresponded in various ways with other forum members outside the confines of the public forum. It is not against the rules. And I am able to keep a confidence. The last project I assisted on was for a device someone was attempting to get a patent on. I did not share any information that was exchanged between us with anyone else. To do so would be a serious breach of professional ethics in my opinion.
    Well that is a load off my mind. Yes I am ready to proceed with this project, just not alone. Doing so in my opinion is just childish the way I see it. Life is a big epiphany - I appreciate help. I want to send you the rest of the schematics, do I need to add you?

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    That process can be initiated only if one of us shares a personal email address or you have enough posts (ten I think) to PM a forum member.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    That process can be initiated only if one of us shares a personal email address or you have enough posts (ten I think) to PM a forum member.
    I'll try to get to 10 posts I imagine - 2 left. I could post the schematics, if you think they're safe here.

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    That would be entirely up to you and what you are personally comfortable with.

    Just to be entirely clear. I can't work exclusively on your project as I have a job and a 100+ year old house that keeps me busy enough as it is. I expect you to work on it as well with advice and assistance from me as needed. Expect plenty of questions and the occasional suggestion. I may even be critical at times as I am, by nature, a bit of a stickler. If you can't stand the heat don't come near the kitchen. Understand?
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    Yeah man I have a house too- Inventing is technically my full-time job, just graduated highschool five years ago. I am ready to work & will take instructions as given, as well as follow them promptly. I will cooperate for this occasion.

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    I am building the web shooter referenced from YouTube btw

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    is this web shooter in production yet, i wonder?
    where did my sig go?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikekmx View Post
    is this web shooter in production yet, i wonder?
    https://www.amazon.com/Spider-Man-Me.../dp/B00F02DPXW

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