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Got my vote by the title haha!
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Wow this is such a cool use of drones!
That is an interesting pointer. I never actually considered how the air would warm and cool and affect the pressure inside the bottle. The outside temperature could also have a play in it. In the design, after a bit of wear (like a month or so) the cap does leak a teensy bit and I simply changed the cap, but adding a O ring would probably help too. My only other thought on your idea is, since the bottle is thin walled plastic as well, wouldn't it just expand and contract as needed? Or even if it doesn't, would the plastic balls change shape before water begins to leak out.A simple solution would be to add air vents in the bottle, but because of the water inside it's probably not a good idea.Thanks for the feedback, I appreciate it! :D
and is there any way to make the battery last longer? Would a battery salvaged from a prius for example give longer runs. I know to get a car to run as long as a tesla would be very expensive but maybe around 100 miles per charge would work with a few solar panels on top to make that even more?
If I wanted to build a sports car, would I need to make my own custom motors or buy different ones? Also, in most electric cars, does the motor transfer motion through a transmission... I thought they were connected directly to the wheel and the voltage was controlled to change speed.
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3 INGREDEINT NUTELLA ICE CREAM (NO CHURN)
wow now im hungry....looks very appetizing:D
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Ambilight system for every input connected to your TV. WS2812B Arduino UNO Raspberry Pi
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