How do you build a Ferris wheel?

Answer

Cut two circles that are 12 inches in diameter out of the cardboard. Divide each of the two circles into seven equal wedges, much like a slice of pie. Decorate your Ferris wheel with markers, construction paper, glue and paint. Use the markers to draw people riding the Ferris wheel. The people should be on the inside of each wedge. Use your scissors to cut a small X into the cardboard from the outside of the circle.
Q&A Related to "How do you build a Ferris wheel?"
Building a Ferris wheel is one way to show physics at play. The reason carts of the Ferris wheel rotate around the axis without people in them plummeting to the ground is a mystery,
http://www.ehow.com/how_5874008_build-ferris-wheel...
Don't even attempt this unless you have a degree in structural engineering, and experience in this field, and lots of money. And a good lawyer to handle the lawsuits. Too much risk
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=201109...
1 Visit a fairground, showground, theme, or amusement park and head straight for the Ferris wheel. Take a ride or two. Take along some friends and make a day of it. How many times
http://www.wikihow.com/Celebrate-Ferris-Wheel-Day
At the moment it is the Singapore Flyer (165m) though in 2009 the Beijing Great Wheel should be completed and will be larger (208m) There is also the Great Berlin Wheel under construction
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_big_is_the_largest_f...
1 Additional Answer
To build a Ferris Wheel, you will need to obtain the materials, supplies, and tools that are needed for assembly. Start with constructing the frame, making sure it's put together well. Next, you need to assemble the seats before attaching them to the frame. Once the seats are assembled, attach them to the frame and make sure they are sturdy. Finally, you can erect the Ferris Wheel and place it in a safe area. You can find more information here: http://www.vintageprojects.com/kids/SquarisWheel.pdf
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