New Bridge design – 553lb (695 efficiency)

By on March 2, 2009 -- Modified on October 5, 2016

Youtube video of the bridge test

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  1. May i know the adhesive you used in the joints

    By Afzal aftab -- March 13, 2019
  2. how many popsicle sticks you use?

    By Bob Rucon -- November 3, 2017
    • About 260 popsicle sticks.

      By fry -- February 21, 2019
  3. that was really cool

    By martin -- May 24, 2017
  4. hey just wondering if you could make a tutorial on how to make this bridge as soon as possible

    By rick -- December 7, 2016
  5. would this work with minimal support on all flat surfaces, ie. the roadbed on top as well as the main “truss” edges? Thanks.

    By Michael Dinwiddie -- December 1, 2016
    • Anyone? Just trying to get some help for a project.

      By Michael Dinwiddie -- January 3, 2017
  6. We at school are having a contest to see who can build the best bridge. But, instead of Popsicle sticks we are using… Spaghetti sticks. You are an inspiration. Not only did your bridge hold 553 POUNDS (that’s incredible) but with Popsicle sticks too.

    🙂

    By Greenstik -- November 29, 2016
    • Thats what we have to do to and I was just about to ask about it because we are using balsa wood spaghetti sticks to.

      By Isaac LeGrand -- February 21, 2018
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