We flipped the eggs so the pointy ends were facing in and it still didn't turn right. I made a chart for the teacher to hand turn a few times every day (an odd amount). She's probably going to come in a few times on the weekends to turn them, I feel bad about that.
I wonder if it is because of the size difference in the eggs. They're mostly medium to largish (1 is rather large, the carton didn't want to close with it in!) but the two that were turning were the smallest ones.
I watched videos of the little bator in operation . seems there is a design flaw . the little fin that separates the eggs dose not seem to be tall enough . question are they tall enough to take something and put it on them .it appears to me that the eggs touching each other is the problem . my first thought was a drinking straw split and placed on them would do it but I don't think it would be tall enough. but can't think of anything that might do it . but whatever it is it needs to separate the eggs so they do not touch one another . if the fin was tall enough to do that . It then would turn the eggs. am I wrong in my assumption ? I think this is why the two smallest ones are turning
Edited by BYC910 - 2/29/16 at 5:03pm