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hmmm that is a great idea, thanks
I am glad you like it :) thanks
jp, you are right, if you use that a lot I would also recommend buying a new sharper one
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That is exactly what I have been looking around how to make! Thanks
thanks for an awesome tutorial, this is a great way to make an external laptop cooling platform
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That is awesome! thanks
this is brilliant, I am gonna make one for a gift, thanks
Hi, You stop like you would stop with a normal skis. In the part 4 you can see a few clips of how I stopped with it :)
yes, I can, If you are interested please write me on my mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
very smart and useful! thanks for sharing
Thanks for the tip, Next year I will probably make another one with 2 skis at the back which is going to be way more stable, but anyway with this you can still have a very good time and I was able to reach at least 50 km/h
Yes it was a bit too high on the first test, lower the center of gravity is the better. In the last page I linked the video of testing it, check it out :)
Thank you for commenting, Yes I have thought about that, I need to quickly finish it up and test it before the snow melts :) I will add that feature for sure in the next version :)
thanks I am glad you like it :)
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Sorry for late reply huddleto, Holly molly that is soo cool. Very well made!
What an awesome idea :)
Awesome project, and useful as well !! :PP
Love it, thanks!
Awesome tutorial!! I am going to build one for myself as well :)
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lol, handsaw is to mainstream :P
Nicely done :)
This looks awesome!! Now need one from mahogany for salt as well ;) Thanks for sharing :)
Hah most of my chisels are lying all over my shop, need to build one of this:) Thanks for sharing
This is so cool, I will to to make a custom logo candle. Thanks!
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This is sooo awsome!! The intro picture is astonishing!!
Thanks :) It is NON-flickering light, It uses voltage regulation instead of common PWM-regulation :)
Hi, Step down converter is used for 2 reasons.1. To decrese the inpute voltage from 19V laptop adaptor to 12V2.To dim the light panel with potentiometer.If you want to build one that just turns on/off you could use a regular step down converter without a potentiometer but be aware that output voltage shouldn't exceed 12V otherwise, your led strips are gonna burn
Hi, If your input voltage form laptop converter is for instance 19V you can solder another resistor in parralel to potentiometer, so the potentiometer would go to the max of 12V. You should make a few calculations or just test a few different resistors and measure the max output voltage, which is 12V in our case :D
You are right, but I have't seen any flickering on my dslr and I have tried shooting within the whole range of the shutter speed.Thanks for letting me know, I must say I was quite sure it uses voltage regulation :)
you're welcome :)
I am glad you like it, thanks :)
thank you so much :)
Great instructable!! where do you buy a silicone?
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Hi, I you think It would be better to remove peeling paint then I would suggest you go ahead :)
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Hi, When you import your image go to path -> trace bitmap. When a box pop up click on live preview to you image and then click ok. Now you image is vectorised. After that simply go to extensions -> generate laser code -> j tech photonic laser tool. In the box select your needed preferences and export a g-code.
mail me at : firstname.lastname@example.org
I have prusa i3 sunhokey
What is the format of your picture(jpg, png?) you need to use for example black logo with transparent backgroud saved in .png file
I used short links with purpose so the link doesnt extend over half of the instructable and also to track how many click I get
hi Ambrogio, where did you get stuck in Inkscape?
Hi, I am glad you like it :) That is interesting you can't open it, this is probably because of the salt. Music: [No Copyright Music] Good For You - THBD - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-K_YSjqKgvQ
thank you Soilwork for support :) Of course I am not mad(wtf? :P) I am glad you are trying to help people about their problems :)
you cannot do this with 500mw or it would take 1000 passes to cut a small groove, Try using 2-3 w lasers
I am glad you like it :) For etching you will need very strong CO2 laser 20-40W which is totally different game that 500mW chinese laser:)
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