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  • RasheedA3 commented on bscullion's instructable Intel Galileo controlled cnc plotter10 months ago
    Intel Galileo controlled cnc plotter

    Not in the country, but I'll get there :D

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  • RasheedA3 commented on bscullion's instructable Intel Galileo controlled cnc plotter10 months ago
    Intel Galileo controlled cnc plotter

    Have you managed to attach a mill to this? I think I could upcycle plenty of old printers and scanners (although unfortunately it's harder to find ones with steppers these days) until I had enough to do similar. I'm just wondering if I'd spend forever learning how to remove the lag, vs. just buying a shapeoko.

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  • Square Reclaimed 2x4 Coffee Table With Steel Top

    I appreciate you posting your work, however it's not very instructive. (you do point this out)What if you took screen grabs of each part of the process and explain the meatiest bits. For me it would be more 'instructive' - for examples: After making the joins for the sides, was it just glue, or did you use fasteners, and in what way? I constantly wonder at the different ways I can bring two pieces of wood together. I don't expect you to cover them all, but find myself wondering what you chose, and why.When buffing the steel top, what product did you use, and what did you finish it with, if anything? What can you tell us about using steel for a surface, I assume it was stainless?Again, I love seeing anyone's work, but this video is just youtube content. If you posted 'real' instructions ...see more »I appreciate you posting your work, however it's not very instructive. (you do point this out)What if you took screen grabs of each part of the process and explain the meatiest bits. For me it would be more 'instructive' - for examples: After making the joins for the sides, was it just glue, or did you use fasteners, and in what way? I constantly wonder at the different ways I can bring two pieces of wood together. I don't expect you to cover them all, but find myself wondering what you chose, and why.When buffing the steel top, what product did you use, and what did you finish it with, if anything? What can you tell us about using steel for a surface, I assume it was stainless?Again, I love seeing anyone's work, but this video is just youtube content. If you posted 'real' instructions for one project, and linked your youtube, most of us would have a great time looking at all your pieces (I did!, and I love your new channel trailer and your enthusiasm!).Please pick something awesome you did that you can extensively deconstruct and give us a real complete instructable. Something that also delves into how you make choices. Something I'd be curious about, is how much I can do without a router or a thickness planer. There's magic that can happen with just a circular saw and this gives people a much cheaper way to test the waters of their inspiration.My intent is pure, so please take none of this as negativity, just some _possibly_ constructive rambling.Love your work.Regards, Rash.

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  • RasheedA3 commented on patdoherty's instructable A Photographic Guide to Selecting Lumber10 months ago
    A Photographic Guide to Selecting Lumber

    I think you should mention this in the instructable. Can you edit? Anyway, what a great intro to wood selection. Thank you for making the effort!

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  • 3D home printer with Arduino

    I just love that you used the prototype to build the refined components for the final piece. Did you consider reprinting any parts on the final machine, to replace the proto-printed parts? Really enjoyed this anyway, good on you.

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