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  1. Default Diamond plate floor / vibrating floor? 
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    Visited Ghostly Manor, and I loved the elevated diamondplate floor that vibrated with some sort of motor underneath of it... Vibrated your feet

    Anyone have ANY idea of a kit or a DIY instructional for how this is done?

    I'm assuming someone makes a kit?

    Thanks!
     

  2. Default Shake Shake Shake ! 
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    http://www.frightprops.com/frightpro...aker-0527.html

    Fright Props sells Great Shakers!!!


    Nic Miele
    The Massacre Haunted House
     

  3. Default And the perfect sound -track.. 
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    .. would be the Beach Boy's song "Good Vibrations?" OR the older song "All Shook Up?"
     

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    We're definitely looking for a much cheaper setup. By the time we hook up amps and everything we're out 700 bucks. I KNOW they didn't use this, as it rattled when stepped on, even when turned off.
     

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    Almost felt like a chain semi welded with some sort of motor to turn metallic something hitting it? Hmmmm
     

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    I have seen them done with concrete vibrators, reciporicating saws, and power chisels/jack hammers. A plate is welded to the floor and the power tool has a blunt bit that strikes against it. Very effective. Zip tie the trigger in and use the power plug as the on/off. eventually the tool will wear through the floor but how often depends on throughput- figure once every other season. Note: set the tool up paralell to the walking surface striking a plate like I said earlier, you dont want a power tool shooting through into someones foot. with this set up a wear through just means it makes noise but no vibrations.
    I hope that helps,
    Allen H
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allen H View Post
    here is an older thread on the same thing- read Gadget's comments
    http://www.hauntworld.com/haunted_ho...ibrating-floor
    I like when something I said years ago pops back up!
    Brian Warner
    Owner of Evilusions www.EVILUSIONS.com
    Technical Director of Forsaken Haunted House www.Forsakenhaunt.com
    Mechanical Designer (animatronics) at Gore Galore www.Gore-Galore.com
     

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    slap a $60 saws all to the bottom of the plate minus the blade and zip tip the trigger . its cheap , safe and effective
    I'm only doing this to impress 2 people ... The fire marshal and the customer that's it !!!
     

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    Allen, perfect. Thank you sir! It certainly was an effective startle!!!

    This got the proverbial brainstorming rolling. Much appreciation!
     

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