With Instructables you can share what you make with the world, and tap into an ever-growing community of creative experts.
Tell us about yourself!
DIY film DX code labels
RGBike POV - Open project
If anyone's interested I made a quick PHP program to generate a label for your selected film properties;http://hammond.dlinkddns.com/dx.phpWhite boxes should be cut out to expose foil beneathComment here if you use it please :) also double check results against a known film as this is based off a Wikipedia article :D
I'll be making this today... Slightly different approach, I have adhesive backed aluminium foil pipe repair tape and regular paper labels. I'll be sticking the foil tape directly to the film canister and simply printing and cutting a paper label to go on top. Little bit easier I think :)
Your hamster's new home
I'm having troubles finding the A3213 and the PN2222. For the Hall sensor, i only found the A3144 and A04E. For the transistor i found 2n2222 instead. Any other suggest? Can you visit 2 site http://mualinhkien.vn/ and http://banlinhkien.vn/ to choose the right one for me? Also, what will i need to change if i use the A3144 sensor? I'm in Viet Nam. Thanks for helping me
Worked great. Thank you.I printed the codes on a full sheet clear label which made printing the labels easy. Instead of tape I left a little label on the top and bottom and it stuck well to the metal canister. I used Avery labels.
Interactive Ambient Light
Checkpoint Charlie Hat
How to Make a Ridiculously Cheap Analog Pressure Sensor
Join 2 million + to receive instant DIY inspiration in your inbox.
Download our apps!
© 2016 Autodesk, Inc.