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Neat little laser cut tank design, a companion to this instructable. Made in response to the poorly made offerings on the market, and a general need f...
Settings for a Epilog helix - Bottom up engraving, 300DPI; raster = 57 speed, 100 power; vector = 8 or 9 speed, 100 power, 5000 freq.
As always, don't cut your fingers off or stick a hot soldering iron in your nose...You'll need:qty 1 laser cut parts from you, ponoko or something sim...
You'll need the 2 components of the ranging mast, 2 spacers, 2 .5 4-40 screws and nuts, 1 .75 4-40 screw and nut.
You'll need 2 .75 4-40 screws + nuts for the top deck and 2 .75 4-40 screws + nuts and 4 spacers for the electronics board + microcontroler.
You'll need the Tamiya 70097 + 2 sides to create this assembly.
You'll need the previous assembly, plus the top and lower deck for this assemble. Use qty 10 .75 4-40 screws + nuts to complete this step. you'll n...
Not Much to say here.. no other parts needed. So...
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