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Another exellent instructable, good job!
Looks better than the commercial one!
Great job! I might do one of these with my Dremel :D
50 points for Gryffindor!
I really need to buy a 3D printer now...
Great! But do you think if it would br possible to print out the flaps for the motor, that would be connected to the case and be optimised for this use?
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Ok, thanks :D
Yeah, but you'll waste some tape like that..
I have two questions:1 - how are these liner pieces called?2 - what dou you used as the pins?Ps: sorry if these questions seem dumb to you, I'm new at knifemaking.
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Yes, the booster can output 12 volts
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Yes it is (in the end of the video, at the beginning there are only sparks..)
True, but you can still weld metals witha very low melting point, like gallium (even if it's in the TOP 10 of the most useless things in the world).
me too MD
You'll need some welding rods and MUCH more current. You can hack some microwave oven transformers to transform them into ''converters'' (just replace the second coil with a thick copper wire). Like this, your 12 volts and 32 amps from the beginning will become 1.5 volts and 75 amps, and then, you'll be maybe able to weld something.
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