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Introduction to Fusion 360: Design a Lamp in an Hour
Intro to Fusion 360 UI
Document the Lamp Design
Sculpt the Lamp Base
Intro to Fusion 360: Lamp Design
Where did you find the typewriter key caps?
Made something very similar, but I use it to top up the travel tube from a full sized tube at home before leaving. I think I've had the same travel tube for a couple of years. The plastic ones, rather than aluminum, can be refilled almost forever!
Really can't be. No long, continuous fibers. Strength would be closer to particle board or masonite.
Excellent and very much more detailed than my terse reply (we agree). You do the community a service for your input!
Introduction to Mold Making & Casting
Tools & Supplies
Mold Making & Casting Class
Not limited to purses! I have a felt sleeve for my Android tablet made by the same method. Elastic band closure.
Sort of. Earliest laser printers used either a Cadmium Sulfide drum (Canon patent) or Selenium drum (Xerox patent). HP licensed the Canon technology, but built most of their mechanics and all of their electronics.
Where have you found a phototransistor that can stand the 250V trigger voltage of a "high voltage" flash like my old Sunpac 411?
You might want to think of making a thin hot wire cutter to use in place of the laser. I've cut a number of polypropylene wing cores with stainless steel wire and a low voltage. high current hot wire.
Stainless steel safety wire works quite nicely. Used it to cut polypropylene wing cores for combat foamies for a couple of years.
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