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I have to build one like this for my wife, she will love!
Well done and well explained! I made a very similar one, but the problem is that the Styrofoam around the lightbulb socket gets compressed due to the heat, so the hole gets bigger. I am currently working in an improved version :)
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Ouch, I know what it is. Hope you get well soon!
Good idea.Another possibility http://www.gadgetreview.com/walking-laptopThis last one I like it becouse it is super light and occupies no space. You can even store it into your laptop's bag.
It's cool but... i'm afraid i don't understand it completely... How does it work with 6x6?
Oh, ok, I answer to myself: the result for 6x6 is as follows:2 for the tens4x4 (16) for the unitsso 2x10 + 16 = 36A little bit less easy but it works anyway!Very cool indeed, would help me in primary school, where it was hard to learn the 7 table :)
Hey! Enter the Hats and Headpieces Contest! I bet you are a winner :) This idea is brilliant! :D
I was working on a very similar structable here :) I discarded it as soon as I read yours... and I voted for you for the contest :)
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Very clever!!! I am not as creative as you, but I've seen a HUGE Rubik's cube in my mind build with this lazy susan technique... :D I wish I build one, one day!!!!(PS: you've got my vote)
Dios, que miedo XDDD
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I've visited your webpage. I've loved it! The paper house is amazing!!
It looks great! I would like to build something similar... but I can't weld... I should try a non welding version...
It looks great! Let us know how it results!!
Thank you very much for sharing this idea. I will try it soon!
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