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Merry Sithmas ProjectionView Instructable »
Amazing. This occurred to me, but don't think I would have succeeded as well as you. Truly beautiful. Congrats
Amazing results! Bravo.
I think there should be a category onto its own, I just might not have much company... You are really quick on the draw!
Projection Mapping Hell HoundView Instructable »
Sounds cool. I am curious about what it looks like! Thanks for the comment.
Thanks for the comment.
Very easy to make, hard to fly. Thanks for the comment.
Yes. I chased a few thing that were getting away. They tend to be lead fishing weight that sound great on the detector and are frustrating to pick out. Most of the good stuff is captured, with the notable exception of diamond studs... Thanks for the comment.
Giant Flying JellyfishView Instructable »
Thanks for the comment. I have actually altered a mini garden shovel to for the purpose and it works great. I might publish that one soon. Have a great day.
That makes me want to retire even more!
I actually started before detectoring, the hero's kept making me sad with their terrible decision making (with their real lives). But I haven't gone back, I think it is no longer available on NetFlix in Canada. Thanks for the comment.
Wow, you should get him Instructabling. Please please get a picture of his contraptions. I am very curious about the design. Thanks for the comment.
Thanks for the great comment. I can always count on you for you unbiassed commentary!
Great! Thanks for the comment.
Maybe, it is a trade off between time and energy to sift out the fine stuff and the number of stones left in the bottom. I've seen people conclude that it is a sinker based on losing it through the holes a few times in a row. But you can imagine some diamond studs getting away from you too... Thanks for the comment!
Nice job! I have the matching fire wood dolly!
Sandscoop for Metal DetectingView Instructable »
Thanks for the comment, Sorry for the delay. I have since upgraded with telescopic legs from a scrap tripod. Tracking the sun is a science onto itself. I have attempted to make a Heliostat with mixed success https://www.instructables.com/id/ICARUS-The-Analog-... . As for using without sushine, I think any solution will be overridden by using your artificial power source directly (coleman stove, electric heat...). Thanks for your enthusiasm!.
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