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When I finally tried to print it, I found it needs more support, at least if I don't use cooling fans when printing.
If you want the text touch the top line, you should use all caps, apart from editing text height. In the tutorial I suggest an alternative for lowercase: adding a second spiral touching the top of the lowercase non-ascending letters
I have to recallibrate my printer. I store my delta printer each tuesday to do the housecleaning, and I have to recallibrate after that.
Poem Spiral VaseView Instructable »
You could improve it by adding a small camera, like a $15 endoscopic camera.
Last Resource Dremel-like S...View Instructable »
101hero $99 3D Printer - an Upgrade Story
Growing a "Green" Orange Tree
@sharpsick Indeed, in my country (Spain) planting citrus trees from seed is forbidden for farmers, since citrus diseases can spread if not using the right root stock.
Extend Defective Fluorescent Tube-Light Life
Tug Belt - a Minimalist Belt That Fits in Your Wallet
My translation:Ingredients300 gr fava bean pods (UK: broadbean pods)100 gr flourOilSaltTo recycle empty pods (from the fava beans we ate with jamón), we boil them in hot water with salt for 2 minutes.We put them under cold water to stop cooking and drain them.Then we cover pods with flour and deep fry them in very hot oil.After 2-3 minutes, we remove from the frying pan and put in a dish covered with damp paper towels.Add salt.Bon appetit!
Claro que sí! Es que me ha encantado la idea y con una traducción tiene más posibilidades de ganar!
Hola! Interesante receta! Pero no sé si conseguirá muchos votos, al no estar en inglés... :-( De momento, aquí va el mío...
Easy 3D Printing
You have my vote!! BTW I'm in Madrid and I want to see this!!
Bottles on My Mind
Making Your Mini Laser Engraver Safer And Better
I always unplug and store the laser carver when it is not in use. I also put an opaque cardboard piece around it when carving.But agree you need some semiopaque layer to quickly detect if the carved piece is on fire. I carve next to the window, but the idea of an extractor sounds nice. I'm just afraid of forced venting increasing the risk of fire. There is also another issue with loudness. I tried to make a foam base for my laser carver, but it is still loud. I don't know if the full enclosure you suggest will reduce the loudness, also.
I'm glad you like it.
There are 0.5watt and 1watt models. 1 watt model is said to be able to carve small seals out of wood. I didn't test it yet, but I found difficult to carve over a soda bottle cap. I'm keeping in the recommended time setting of less than 80, since some people says their laser overheated and broke when using it. To carve over some matherials you need to aid by placing a piece of paper or rubbing with graphite pencil, so it slightly burns.Also take in account maximum carving area is 3.5x3.5 cm, and size of laser bed is 8 cm, so pieces should be small.
Does anyone know who programmed the DBeam app? I am trying to reverse-engineer the NEJE protocol to make a windows lasercarving app that does not appear as a trojan to antivirus software...
This one is small and cheap, under 100$. You can carve small things only. Some people say its laser ages quickly, too, so I don't know if I should recommend it.
Laser engraver bed gridView Instructable »
He is talking about the green part, isn't him? "Separate hulls from the shell", I understand the shell is the hard part containing the core and the hull is the green part around it.Another traditional use for walnut hulls is making a brown tint for wood (walnut stain). My crafts teacher told me she made his own walnut stain but she didn't tell me how. I think it should be a similar technique
DIY Paper Cut Shadow Box
DIY Textured Cardboard Letters
Laser cut puzzle collection
Perpetual Puzzle Calendar
CD Cover Maze Puzzle
Solving maze using Photoshop, Gimp, Paint or any other software
Thanks for teaching me that geometric property. I think I was never told about it when I learned maths at school...
The real 70s and 80s tape hack was: take a 3mm to 6mm jack cable ( or a regular cable if you want to smplify your Sinclair ZX Spectrum or, say, your mobile phone from the future). Plug 3mm jack into tape recorder's mic input, and 6mm jack into guitar. Open tape deck and press down heads while pressing rec and play. Now you have an amplifier.The main difference is it needs a tape recorder, while your hack works in tape players also.
Automatically water your small indoor plant using Arduino + pump
Ok, to control six individual plants, I should use six pumps connected to six different out ports, am i right?Also, what platform do you think is better for this, arduino, raspberry...?
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