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Well played Andy, nice combination of words and pictures. I wish I had this info the first time I had to clear a clog.
One more question, I printed the front and back wheels, in the picture they look about the same height but the front wheels printed significantly smaller. 50mm vs 40mm all the recommended o-rings are the same size. I'm a little confused please enlighten me.thanks
Greg, love your design work and sense of style. This one has been added to my long list of projects to try. I went looking for the o-rings on the chinese sites where I get a lot of my components and they don't sell AS 568 size 221 o-rings, everything is in metric. After a little research this is what I found, perhaps it could help others looking for the part. From what I could tell the 221s have an inner diameter of 36mm so as long as you are somewhere around there you should be good, right? I ordered the 44mm(OD) x 36mm(ID) x 4mm(CS), I was able to get 20 of them for about $5. I suspect the 40 x 36 x 2 would also workAlso you may want to change your description of your o-rings, I think you have the ID and OD reversed.Thank you for sharing
Hey Bristlebotics I like your use of directional light sensors. One thing you might want to include is a warning about what happens if you get the polarity mixed up when charging your supercap, it's so easy to do. I like to use some red and black shrink tube or just a red and black sharpie - anything to remind someone (including me) to check polarity. You did use black heat shrink but you put it on the + side
Thanks Fathomlis that's quite a complement coming from you, you have a bunch of great instructables
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Really nice job on the video and the whole instructable - well done sir
You did a fine job with the Instructable, thank you for the work
Well explained and illustrated instructable, nice job
What a fantastic job you did making an instructable. Well written, entertaining, informative and motivating. Well played sir . . . umm madam My vote is yours!
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You did a really good job documenting and explaining your project, good pictures, details, links - really useful.
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