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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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