LifeTrac Wheel Assembly – Instructional Video

Just completed the fourth video in the new series of instructional videos.  With instructions on how to make a power cube, tractor frame, and now tractor wheel, you can be more than halfway to building your own LifeTrac.

Next up, I’m going to make an instructional video on making instructional videos.  I woke up to an email from Nikolay Georgiev that gave me the idea to make this process fully open source.  I was originally intending on leaving a system in place for future documentarians at Factor E Farm to continue the process, but with the plethora of GVCS video available on youtube and other media portals I’m thinking that talented editors all over the world could help out in producing quality instructional videos remotely.  So if you have video skills and want to help out the project please get involved by developing a script for an instructional video and sending it to us for technical approval.  Full details on the production process will be up in a few days.


  1. Thomas

    Could you please include links to Vimeo in your further posts! I can not watch your embedded videos for some reason.


  2. Taulant

    Great work!

    The only thing that bugs me is why you use the imperial rather than metric system. If the pint is for poor/developing countries to pick this up first than you absolutely need to have a second voice-over with metric units.

    Keep it up!

    1. Marcin

      Do I hear you volunteering to convert and publish the new files?

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