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steve [Electronics Parts] - Added note for six star horn
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 | 9 sq. in. | Conductive Copper Tape | {{:kit:bom:bom_copper_tape_256.jpg?nolink|}} | Used in building the coin sensor. Sometimes called "copper shielding tape" or "emi shielding tape". A 1 inch wide roll is recommended. \\ \\ **NOTE:** A suitable item can be found at home and hardware stores, often labeled as 'slug and snail barrier tape', if electrical shielding tape is difficult to find. | | 9 sq. in. | Conductive Copper Tape | {{:kit:bom:bom_copper_tape_256.jpg?nolink|}} | Used in building the coin sensor. Sometimes called "copper shielding tape" or "emi shielding tape". A 1 inch wide roll is recommended. \\ \\ **NOTE:** A suitable item can be found at home and hardware stores, often labeled as 'slug and snail barrier tape', if electrical shielding tape is difficult to find. |
 | 24 sq.in. | Grip/Traction Tape | {{:kit:bom_traction_tape_256.jpg?nolink|}} | Used to provide non-skid surfaces for birds to stand. \\ \\ **NOTE:** Duct tape may be used in a pinch if you are unable to source traction tape. | | 24 sq.in. | Grip/Traction Tape | {{:kit:bom_traction_tape_256.jpg?nolink|}} | Used to provide non-skid surfaces for birds to stand. \\ \\ **NOTE:** Duct tape may be used in a pinch if you are unable to source traction tape. |
-|asstd.| M2 and M3 machine screws with nuts | {{ :kit:bom:bom_machine_screws_256.jpg?nolink |}} | 2mm and 3mm machine screws. 3mm screws in 8mm and 10mm lengths, 2mm screws in 12mm length. Pan head or socket cap recommended. \\ \\ **NOTE:** Avoid 'countersink' style heads \\ **NOTE:** It's easiest to buy a machine screw assortment that contains assorted 3mm and 2mm screws. |+|asstd.| M2 and M3 machine screws with nuts | {{ :kit:bom:bom_machine_screws_256.jpg?nolink |}} | 2mm and 3mm machine screws. 3mm screws in 8mm and 10mm lengths, 2mm screws in 12mm length. Pan head or socket cap recommended. \\ \\ **NOTE:** Avoid 'countersink' style heads \\ **NOTE:** It's easiest to buy a machine screw assortment that contains assorted 3mm and 2mm screws, but these can also be bought individually and in small packets at Home Depot or other home building supply stores. Unless you're supplying a home shop for multiple projects this is probably a better solution than buying a large quantity online. |
 |2| 1/8" Hitch pins | {{:kit:bom:bom_hitch_pin_256.jpg?nolink|}} | Used to secure the perch platform while allowing for easy removal. \\ \\ **NOTE:** These are optional- You can use small plastic cable ties instead, as the perch platform rarely needs to be removed.  | |2| 1/8" Hitch pins | {{:kit:bom:bom_hitch_pin_256.jpg?nolink|}} | Used to secure the perch platform while allowing for easy removal. \\ \\ **NOTE:** These are optional- You can use small plastic cable ties instead, as the perch platform rarely needs to be removed.  |
  
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 |1| Small screwdriver set | {{:kit:bom:bom_screwdriver_set_256.jpg?nolink&512|}} | Select a small tool set that includes drivers of the type required for your M2 and M3 machine screws. Also make sure there's a small phillips driver for adjusting the screws on the 5mm terminals. |  |1| Small screwdriver set | {{:kit:bom:bom_screwdriver_set_256.jpg?nolink&512|}} | Select a small tool set that includes drivers of the type required for your M2 and M3 machine screws. Also make sure there's a small phillips driver for adjusting the screws on the 5mm terminals. | 
 |1| Wire Strippers | {{:kit:bom:bom_wire_strippers_256.jpg?nolink|}} | Any type will do. If you strip wire with your teeth, don't tell your dentist! |  |1| Wire Strippers | {{:kit:bom:bom_wire_strippers_256.jpg?nolink|}} | Any type will do. If you strip wire with your teeth, don't tell your dentist! | 
-|5oz| SciGrip/Weld-On #16 acrylic cement | {{ :kit:bom:bom_scigrip16_5oz_256.jpg?nolink |}} | This is the primary adhesive for the acrylic parts of the CrowBox. This product is sold in multiple sizes. The small size (5 oz) is plenty of cement to build a single CrowBox. \\ \\ **NOTE:** Be sure to get the **#16** formulation. May also be called 'syrup' or labelled 'syrupy consistency'+|5oz| SciGrip/Weld-On #16 acrylic cement | {{ :kit:bom:bom_scigrip16_5oz_256.jpg?nolink |}} | This is the primary adhesive for the acrylic parts of the CrowBox. This product is sold in multiple sizes. The small size (5 oz) is plenty of cement to build a single CrowBox. \\ \\ **NOTE:** Be sure to get the **#16** formulation. May also be called 'syrup' or labelled 'syrupy consistency'  \\ \\ **NOTE:** An applicator tip is essential for proper, precise application of the cement. If your cement doesn't come with one (most don't) you'll need to buy it separately or you're going to be cursing and screaming when you go to build.  
 |1| Hot glue gun | {{:kit:bom:bom_glue_gun_256.jpg?nolink|}} | Used mainly for creating weathertight seals at critical joints. A high-temperature model is best, but any hot melt glue gun will do. | |1| Hot glue gun | {{:kit:bom:bom_glue_gun_256.jpg?nolink|}} | Used mainly for creating weathertight seals at critical joints. A high-temperature model is best, but any hot melt glue gun will do. |
 |1| Hot Glue Sticks | {{:kit:bom:bom_glue_sticks_256.jpg?nolink|}} | The right size and spec for your hot glue gun. Use the type labeled "acrylic" if you can find them. |  |1| Hot Glue Sticks | {{:kit:bom:bom_glue_sticks_256.jpg?nolink|}} | The right size and spec for your hot glue gun. Use the type labeled "acrylic" if you can find them. | 
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