Posted April 02, 2018 07:33:22This week we’re going to show you how to make a small, compact rocket using the electron shell.

Electron shells, or electron motors, are tiny, compact motors that can use electromagnetic fields to propel themselves.

A typical electron motor has four motors, and each motor has two electrodes.

This is because it takes a lot of energy to drive a single electron shell, which can then be accelerated to a speed of about one meter per second.

The current-of-charge (POC) rating of an electron shell depends on the number of electrons in it, which determines how fast it will spin.

So the more electrons there are in the shell, the higher the current-OF-charge rating.

Electrons can also spin at a higher speed with more electrons in them, but because they use a single electrode, they only have a limited POC rating.

The maximum POC rated of a typical electron shell is 3,000 ohms.

Here’s how you make a tiny electron rocket using an electron motor.

Put the motors on a single plate.

Make sure the plate is flat, so you don’t have to worry about bending it.

Put a layer of silicon (or other similar material) on top of the plate.

You don’t need to have a vacuum cleaner on hand, but you do need to keep the silicon from touching the metal plates.

Connect the motors to a pair of magnets.

If you have an electric guitar, you can also use magnets.

Use a piece of thin wire, about two centimeters long, as a “starter” wire.

Wrap the wire around the magnet and attach the wires to the plates.

Put one of the electrodes on top.

If there are more than one electrodes in a single shell, put them in parallel.

Now attach one of them to the “starting” wire and attach it to the magnet.

Attach the other electrode to the starter wire and connect it to another plate.

Attached to the starting wire is a pair a pair or three of wires.

If the starting wires are shorter than the starting electrodes, the motor will spin faster.

Attaching two wires to each starting wire and connecting them in series will make the motor spin faster than it normally would.

The starter wire needs to be a length of wire about two inches long.

A length of about two and a half inches is plenty.

A third wire will help keep the motor spinning longer than it otherwise would.

When the motors are spinning, the wires need to be at least three inches long, because the starting and finishing wires have to be the same length.

If they’re longer than that, the motors won’t spin fast enough.

You can use a couple of extra wires to make up for the difference in length.

To create a large shell, you need to use more than two wires, but they need to go somewhere in the center.

The starting wires should go between the motor and the motor housing.

The motor housing should go on the top of that shell.

The finishing wires should be near the motor.

When you attach the motors and batteries to the shell and the wires, make sure the wires go somewhere else in the middle of the shell.

You want them to be all the way down in the bottom of the motor, where the motor is.

That way, the shell will have enough mass to drive the motors.

Now you’re ready to make your tiny electron-rocket.

It doesn’t have a lot going on, but there are a few things you need in order to get the electron-shell working.

To make a microelectron, you have to have one of each electron shell that is spinning at the same speed as the other electron shells.

To get a microElectron, first you need one of those electron shells to be spinning at a speed that’s just a few centimeters per second faster than the other shells.

The electron shell with the highest POC should be spinning faster than all of the other electrons, so that’s where the spinning electron is.

To speed up the spinning shell, it has to have more electrons.

So to get more electrons, you’ll need a lot more electrons than the others.

You also need a bunch of extra energy to keep those extra electrons spinning.

You need to make more energy than the shell can handle.

So you’ll have to make extra power.

If this is your first electron-Rocket, the extra power you need will be a bunch more than the spinning shells can handle, so don’t try to make this a super-efficient machine.

First you’ll want to make sure that the starting shell is spinning so that the extra electrons are spinning faster.

If your starting shell doesn’t spin at all, the electron shells that are spinning at different speeds are going to have different starting speeds, so the spinning ones will have a faster POC.

Next, you want to figure out how much energy you’ll be using to spin the spinning parts.

The energy you need is a function