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Thanks for your comment Jon! I hope someone will find this Instructable useful, especially for a classroom project.
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Build a 4 Color T-Shirt Printing Press
Whoopsie! It's been a long time since I have used imperial measurments.
Do it and send me a picture! But if you do, then you will have to seal the wood with an outdoor weather sealant to protect it from all of the moisture that will try to soak up into the wood.
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Great! Please post your results!
So glad that you found it!
Well a tube is kind of like a long ring, so with scissors I made one cut perpendicular to the length of the inner-tube and then another 20cm away from the first. Then you have a ring. No glue needed, just scissors. I hope that I made it understandable enough this time. If this explanation wasn't helpful then I can make some kind of diagram for you.
Growing Crystals on LEDs and ETextiles
Wow! Thanks! :)
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A pendant lamp made of some trash, using a speaker armature to hold the light socket and a backlight diffuser from a broken LCD tv for the shade.
Whole Wheat Sandwich Bread
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Lamp Part & Wiring Intro
Testing Your Connections
Holding the Camera
A picture of the Parthenon I took about a week ago using my tripod.
How to Produce a Time-lapse by USB Webcam & Raspberry Pi
Tools and Supplies
Pasta Making Class
Egg-Free Semolina Dough
Creamy Pesto Sauce
Tools and Materials for Bread
Welcome to Bread
Class Project — Get Baking!
How Baking Works
How to Read a Recipe
Tools & Ingredients
Welcome to the Science of Baking
Science of Baking
Important Camera Settings
Some flowers I was passing by today which I thought would be good to show the different white balance settings.
Tripods and Supports
Getting to Know your Camera
Next Steps for Photography
Choosing a Camera, Tools and Supplies
Some photos taken in the night but without my tripod. My lens is very good at taking in lots of light so mostly I only need my tripod for long exposures or pictures taken with the timer.
A game of skill (ring toss) taken at the Night market in Taiwan, last night, with my Cannon Rebel using an old Nikon pancake-lens.
Raspberry Pi Class
Using a Pasta Machine to Roll & Cut
Hand Cut & Shape Pasta
Farfalle e garganelli
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