With Instructables you can share what you make with the world, and tap into an ever-growing community of creative experts.
I'm a technician, therefore I'm required to sort out the engineer's glitches !
I'm a technician, therefore I have to sort out the engineer's glitches !
In step 1, you put "need noise pliers", but (with a little lubrication) could this be "needle nose pliers" ?
(Sorry but) another response to the "Always carry a knife" brigade !Try taking your knife on the airplane ! You will be spending time in lockup !Plane crash: you still have your paracord, now you can cut it, so this a useful Instructable !
It appears you have punctured the ball, so it will now quickly deflate.
Yes, that is the cheap Chinese copy of the "Unimat 1 Classic" lathe system (which I have)(and is about three times the price).
If you mean the little red and black thing, it looks like the motor unit from a Unimat Classic 1 modeller's lathe, with the accessory grinding attachment.
Li-Ion batteries are nominally marked as 3.6 or 3.7 V. When fully charged they show 4.1 to 4.2 V.When below (about) 3.3 V they should be recharged.(But can be charged anytime.)When disconnected from anything, they will normally hold their charge for months.(In a phone or anything with a clock function, they will slowly discharge even when it's switched off.)
One little bit of info might be useful to you - cacti & succculents like hot, dry bright conditions, but some mosses like shade & cool & damp, and will die in bright sunlight. (I speak from experience of moss gardening !)The fern (?) with tiny leaves used as a tree behind the bench works brilliantly - but I have never seen one like it. Do you happen to know what type it is ? Thanks.
I'm sure this Instructable is of great interest to car thieves. But it may tempt many foolish kids to become car thieves.Tell me Roman, how will you feel if this Instructable results in your car being stolen ?
A simple solution is a voltage converter, such ashttp://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/262372224750?_trksid=p20...which you can power from any (sufficiently powerful) battery within its input voltage range, and set to your required output voltage. I would suggest a 12V lead-acid battery. For a laptop you might need additional smoothing on the convertor output, a big and a small capacitor across the terminals. For a smaller laptop supply battery, use an RC car type or power tool battery of (at least) similar physical size to your laptop battery. Or you could just buy a spare laptop battery, charge it, and keep it with you. (Doh !-)(But you will need to switch off the laptop when changing it.)
Join 2 million + to receive instant DIY inspiration in your inbox.
Download our apps!
© 2016 Autodesk, Inc.