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Hi superRistopaha You can control a ESC with a ( servo tester )This is the easiest way and the cheapest way. as you can get a servo tester from Amazon for about £1.50 or eBay for about £4.00 hope this Ps you don't need a separate battery for the servo tester as it will take the power from the ESC when you plug-in the battery / power supply for the ESC
Yeah I need one of them I'm going to make one today as I've got lot's of old bits of chain I can clean up nice one
Yay I made one thanks for sharing ?
3D Printing Class
Looks like all the components you have used are second hand as I can see the old tin still on the legs of your components ? So I think you just used an old one and took it apart just to rebuild it out of the box it originally came in
Thanks for your instructable I've got sum Kevlar thread and I know that I'm doing today :-) Super fab idea thanks
Very disappointed was hoping to see a home made solar cooker ?????I don't like fixed reels I think they're clunky and just not very nice to use at all I much prefer to use a pen multiplier and before you say " but you can't cast as far " I can cast out 1200 ft and my wife can cast over 800 ft I know as yes we are sad we have line counters. And mono filament ?? God do people still use that I use braid it's much better than mono Thanks for nothing NO VOTE from me
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sorry to say this but I've seen this cup scraper back in 1987 when I was working in university of Sussex as a pastry chef the only difference it was made from a jug with a handle. A student at the college had made quite a few of them and was trying to sell them for about £6 for or £8 for each I know that 1 or 2 chefs had brought one of them and they ended up in the rubbish bin sorry I feel bad for you now :-(
hi I also live in the UK and I've just found the mod podge photo transfer on Amazon.co.uk
I love it good job I also think the slightly Amber look is very fitting as it gives it an older look so yeah very fitting as you said in your video you got this t-shirt for your wife when you was courting and then past it down to your kids so it must be at least 20 or so years old I've got a t-shirt that I've had since I was just a young boy it must be about 35 years-old I'm definitely going to do this to that t-shirt :-)Thanks for sharing
Hi I have been tanning leather for a very long time and I have tried all different methods of tanning from national to chemical methods. Although urine does work I find the leather ends up being very week and does not last long but in saying that urine is the best solution to use to remove fur from the skin before the tanning process if you want to keep the fur on the leather DON'T use urine...The best solution I use for all my leather tanning is the bark from a oak tree and water and that's it.
3D printing errors ( just hack it )
cool be funny to use in the office haha lol Going to print one tomorrow just for fun Thanks for sharing
very useful information thanks
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