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Only a warning, i read somewhere else that when you use a stainless steel as electrode you may end with hexavalent chromium on water, wich is extremely poisonous... I'm not an expert, so if someone with chemical knowledge could confirm that, it will be cool (and safer).
thank you, for the answer (and specially for the advice, i will certainly take this into consideration).
ahh a startup! very good, really neat product! I will show to people i know.
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That's really cool! And a wooden disk is something really awesome! For the problem os noise on wood, try this:1- Pour some graphite powder over the disc2- scrub with a not so gentle brush (like a soft tooth brush) over the track direction (as old disc cleaners do)now the tracks will be much more smooth (i think) and the sound will be much better (at least less noisy)Great Job!
The file seems to be corrupted... I have downloaded it two times to no good...If you feel comfortable , it's better to upload to youtube or other video service and put the link here. It will also save bandwith for instructables site.Even more curious now :)
Hi,what is the difference from this one(http://pwdr.github.io/)?I'm trying to start on this 3d thing as a hobby, but the specs sometimes change at software only, i'm a bit confused :)
I think this will go much better with a thin layer of black ink over the pcb. It will enhance the laser effectiveness and also demand much less power to do the same job. But neat idea!
Where i can buy this evive device? cant find any place sellingbut its a great project indeed!
Hi,can you post some audio? I'm very curious...
Very good! I'm brazilian, and here we use to do a similar sweet with over ripe bananas, but this one looks very good too! I will do for sure!
The corrosion and other chemical reactions problem can be solved by covering the metal with silicone based glue/sealant. I will certainly do that myself :)
Trim support is applied on software, not hardware, except on case of hardware RAIDs. And SSDs do a MUCH better job on laptops because they improve the time between charges; SSDs energy consumption is really low.But you are right on one point, the trim support will most probably be automatically applied, at least without a OS upgrade.
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