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Great design! I have thought about making one of these but couldn't find plans, thanks!
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I like your design and it is an interesting idea but I have one suggestion. I think the strings should be as short as possible and should probably be 2 separate pieces tied to the lever separately. In recent years, people have become much more aware of the dangers of strings and ropes that hang from things like blinds and curtains and present a strangulation hazard. Otherwise, well done!
What are the other toppings you used? I see at least 2 more besides the chia seeds and coconut.
Very nice work.
Good luck. Even though they have been phased out by newer Mindstorms sets, the RCXs still work well enough to be a great intro set. They are cheap and you can still find plenty of parts on eBay. If the XP laptop is too much work, you can see if you can get a serial IR tower and that will work with a 64 bit OS. I never did get the original Lego software working the way I wanted, I suggest the BRICXCC and NQC route.
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First thing I would look at is the batteries and battery terminals. These things use a lot of batteries, but then they go unused for long periods of time. Often the batteries leak and the terminals get corroded. If there is any white corrosion or crystals on the terminals, I would get some cotton swabs and vinegar and see if you can clean them up.
Very interesting. How does it come out? It seems almost like a buttermilk biscuit. Is Damper a common Australian bread? Also, can you tell me what temperature you baked the bread?
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Nice work! I've always been mesmerized by the video walls in big electronics stores. I especially like the unique layout and spacing.
Incredible work! It looks like it's easier to use them like stationary stairs, a little height on each foot, rather than one big step?
Here in the US, I've seen them called Linzor tarts or torts (even though I don't think they qualify as a tart), and they're either a shortbread cookie or something similar made with almond flour.
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Amazing! These are my favorite cookies. Have you ever had the ones made with Almond flour?
Sounds delicious, I like that you still have your great grandma's recipe card.
Incredible work! You should enter it in one of the contests.
Very nice. I like how low and compact it is. It's almost like the base of an IV cart you see at hospitals.
Great write-up! I think the most surprising thing to me is that the resistance varies so greatly depending on the species of wood. It makes me question the accuracy of those standalone meters that don't take wood species into account.
Wow, this looks really good! I'm going to have to find some duck.
Yeah, I would say 1 or 2. You will usually only get about a square inch of Neodymium out of one of these drives, but if you are like me you probably have a few old drives hanging around.
Very nice and neatly constructed.
And it's a way to add the nicer features of newer, higher end tool boxes to one that didn't originally come with it.
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I wonder if you could make an entire Sicilian pie like this and still have it cook all the way through?
This looks amazing!
Very interesting, thanks. I think I glossed over this option because it didn't seem to support the RCX anymore but I can see there is still limited support. I like that it is still based on a building block GUI that kids can use without learning a text based programming language.
Very nice and good use of less expensive materials.
Great job! I bet you'll have plenty of natural edge slab lumber lying around for other projects.
Very nice solution. Does it ever miss the IR signal?
Sounds delicious. I've only ever seen the criss-cross pattern on peanut butter cookies.
Very nice and versatile. I really like multi-use workspaces.
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These look amazing. I might have to make a batch.
Nice project and very well written 'ible. I especially like that you included plenty of background information which is relevant to any other type of drill or other battery operated devices.
Looks great, how long does the cheese last in the oil?
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Wow, very fine work. Great detail!
Very nice. I've also heard of people storing pieces by size rather than color because you can easily pick out a color from a pile, but finding a particular size is more difficult.
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Very nice, I liked the price of that small harbor freight greenhouse, but wasn't too impressed with the dimensions. Nice solution.
Thanks! I've been meaning to put a couple new uses I've found together for a follow-up.
Very nice, simple solution.
Thanks! It's especially helpful if you didn't soak enough and suddenly there isn't any more smoke coming from the BBQ.
Unfortunately, I'm not very familiar with Macs, but there are some free images of Windows 98se floating around that you can boot up in a virtual machine. Virtual machines would be your best bet because they will work regardless of the modern operating system. The USB IR tower may give you some trouble, serial may be the easy to go if you can, even if you have to get a USB to serial adapter.
This is great. How does the blower stand up to the work? Does any dust get through the cyclone and if so, can the blower handle it?
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Nice tool! You could drill a couple holes up the pipe so you could put a screwdriver through and get some extra torque.
Nice job, very cool way to save an antique from the trash.
Very nice! I bet something like this would make it easier for daycare centers to clean the toys more thoroughly to prevent spread of germs.
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Thanks, I'm glad you like it. This wouldn't work for everything, but in this case it was just a few different versions of the same shape, so tracing the outer edge worked perfectly.
Nice! I have a few new uses to add to this when I get a chance.
All good ideas, thanks!
Very nice! I wonder if it had a spiral cutter if it would cut finer pieces but still allow for a wide throat?
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