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he he he! Great instructable....I'll be making one tomorrow.
I love your idea of making a guide template to guide the hole saw into the drywall. Why did I never think of thus idea??
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what a great idea, and a nicely explained Instructable. I don't know how I missed it when it came round but it's a great project for me for jnext December.
I've seen a few of these DVD CNC projects, but I reckon this one is the best yet. Nice work!
I agree with ShamWerks regarding 'Beam Robotics'. Very similar concept...nice. You've explained how it works really well, better than I've read in my Beam Robotics book. Nice Instructable Logan. I may have a try at this one.
Brilliant! I particularly like the way you created a 'Z-axis / pen up - pen down' arrangement using the servo, spring and twine. Really well explained as well.
An inspiring instructable. Can't help admiring your resourcefulness and ethics.
What a brilliant Instructable!!Now I know how to do it, I'm going to get on to following your excellent guide so I can make some cool Christmas presents. The only problem that I can foresee is that if I give any of these systems away as presents, they will each still be tied to my own Google account. I wonder if that matters?
Greetings from England...I'm looking forward to coming over again to Italy in a few weeks time. I love the country that you live in.Congratulations on producing this excellent instructable. The final product is great quality. I'm very impressed by all the different engineering processes that you have used while you were making this machine. It looks good, it is made to a high quality, it works very well, and in every way it demonstrates what Instructables is all about.
Nice instructable. The cutting board / serving board worked out really well. Now that you've got your bending jig you can make as many of these boards as you want....Christmas will be here before we know it!By the way, I'm envious to see that you've got yourself a really nice workshop, well-equipped and clean & tidy.
This was an excellent instructable. Very clearly explained and illustrated with photographs. What a great 'blast from the past'. Here in the UK I used to use this method years ago, teaching electronics to secondary school pupils. For many of my pupils, this would have been their first step in electronics. Astables, transistor timer circuits/monostables, light/heat sensor circuits can all be easily built in this way. The wooden base can serve as part of the structure for a simple wooden container for the project.
A much needed and very informative Instructable. Definitely one to read and re-read again.
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A pretty neat idea, Junez. Ok, it may not deliver a high enough voltage for a 'long' time, but what you made shows a great example of electrical energy modification. Keep 'em coming. All the best for the future.
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I certainly will upload pictures when it's done....but I'm planning to make the slider first, before I motorise it. It's a pretty ambitious idea for me, and I've still not sourced any suitable extrusion to base it all on. But once it's made I'll be returning to your instructable for the tech input.Thanks again Max.
Nice one Max. I've really enjoyed following your instructable. You have inspired me to have a go at this myself. Many thanks.
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Nice one, Steve. I guess that this is an idea that lots of makers/recyclers have thought about....but you are one of the few who have put your thoughts into action. Keep it up matey. A well explained and well illustrated Instructable.
Brilliant! Love it! I name you a time Lord.ASh
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