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Brilliant idea, nicely done.
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Thanks, that's far enough (about 1m is law, so I'm more interested in who's closer than that.)
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Love the project, thank you. I've been thinking of something similar for my bike. Would its response time be quick enough to capture the distance of a car passing from behind? What's the maximum distance it picks up from? I'm assuming it could be coulpled with a logger of some sort where you cold retrieve the data at a later time.
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Yes, they get sticky when thawed out. For another recipe, date based, I rolled them in oats before freezing and that seemed to help. It would probably work here too. Thanks for checking them out.
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I've used glue sticks when sewing to get a hem to stay in place until I've stitched it. This is great for material that can't be ironed, like rip stop nylon or doesn't hold a crease well like felt or fleece.
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That looks interesting, thanks for the tip.
Thanks for the reply. I'll keep digging and check out the app mentioned above.
Where I struggle is wanting to do more from the desktop (editing, writing) rather than on a phone and Instagram doesn't allow this. Are there any tools you can recommend?
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Glad you enjoy them. Macadamia sounds nice. Here in the NE US, they're fairly expensive (as are a lot of nuts) so I hadn't thought to use them.
Very timely, I just picked up a 1/2 dozen in a thrift store which are in need of some care. Thanks for the Instructable
Excellent! Glad you tried them out and enjoyed them.
That sounds good. I hope you enjoyed them.
Great, glad you liked them. Thanks for sharing, it's awesome to see that people are actually making them.
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