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Oh, nice! So maybe I could make one with a rotary switch with different wire sets connected, to choose between 1.7V, 3.3V, 5V, 7V, 8.7V, 12V, 15.3V, 17V, and 24V?
Ah, that would be the tradeoff then, I suppose.
Neat! Now I know what to do with my old PSU! :D
HAHA, YES!I saw a video about conductive ink earlier, thought it was cool, but too expensive, so I thought: could it work if I ground up some pencil leads and mix it into something like acrylic paint?Turns out that, not only it will, but that it might work better than the expensive stuff! :DThanks for the research! I'll definitely be trying this!
Oh man, how come I hadn't thought of this?This will come in handy during hackathons, where I don't have the option of bringing along an extra monitor (I use a laptop), and also no spare monitor is available on site :)
Oh man, how come I hadn't thought of this?This will come in handy during hackathons, where I don't have the option of bringing along an extra monitor (I use a laptop), and also no spare monitor is available on site :)(And yes, I know that I can do the same with my laptop, but I can't really build my laptop into a project... :P)
Nice original take on a classic :)
Haha, nice :P
Airplane Hand Plane
Because it looks nicer?
How about using this stuff, generally called "surgical rubber tubing"?http://www.ebay.com/itm/6x9mm-Natural-Latex-Rubber...
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