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What is a mechanical object?

Updated: 8/11/2023

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Mechanical contraptions are gadgets and devices that move in some way. Mechanical contraptions can be strange and clever. They can be counters, apple grinders, robots, or windmills.

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Lawnmower, engine, bike gear, etc

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