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This is very much like the old VacuForm toy I had as a kid in the 60's. http://airalex.homestead.com/files/vacuform_machine.jpg
The Kodak W1020 Wifi picture frame uses the same thing to change settings, etc. Very cool.
Great Job ! I have a 2000 Sportster Sport with a Blockhead (2 plugs per jug) and changing the oil is the easy part. To change the right side plugs I have to pull the gas tank. Love my Blockhead.
Good job ! I am going to have to post my changes to my 2000 Sportster Sport Blockhead.
#6 The switches become dirty. Clean the underneath of the buttons (the little round black posts) and the copper contacts on the board with contact cleaner. This usually clears up alot of switch problems. #7 The battery clip which is also the plus contact sometimes is poorly soldered. I have had this in 2 different vehicle remotes. Removing it and resoldering it solves an intermittent or dead key fob.
Uh I clicked on "View All Steps"....and there weren't any steps. It would be nice if this was a full tutorial on how to build one. I was going to promote this on several blogs that would love to see how to do this....but there is no how to and no code. Could you post a full how to for this ?
Hey ! Thanks ! Got it now....looks great. I appreciate the response.
Excellent....remember.....Madame Sprout says to always wear your earmuffs nice and tight !!!!
Awesome......you must have hit me with Stupify !!!!!!!
What were the dimension of the T shapes ?
Uh....9 15/16 from where to where....very vague. I was asking about the dimensions. Across the top of the "T" is I assume 9 15/16 inches ???? So the bottom of the "T" would be what ? and each "underarm" of the "T" would be what ? It would have been nice to have the dimension for the "T"'s and a mention of the octagon_layout website would have been a plus. Nice end product though.
Nice 'ible. There are others like this on here. I went the quick and dirty way. I went to my local pawn shop and got a cheap monitor. I bought a 19" monitor for $30. I made sure it had a DVI in video connector. I bought a DVI-HDMI cable and connected it all up. My next plan is to tap power in the monitor for the PI so I have only one power cord for both and then gut the monitor and build a cabinet that holds both.
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