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It looks excellent, congratulations!
Small Wimshurst generator from cardboard and CDs
How to bind a (real) small book
A cardboard televisor (with arduino and LEDs)
I used an old Reader's Digest book for all the materials and followed your instructions to come up with this small book. I ripped the canvas cover off to re-use as a small cover and used some of the pages in between my white pages. I scored and ripped the pages, because I didn't have a good cutter. It's my first try and your instructions are easy to follow and straight forward. I'm really pleased with the results, thanks!! :)
Make teeny tiny letters from pencil points
Anomalocaris inspired undulating mechanism
The side where the neutralizer brushes make contact.On the CD itself it is best to pick the flattest side. CDs have on one side a small circular "ridge". Glue the strips on the other side.
And which side ?
No, just one side.
HiOn both sides of cd are aluminum strips
HiOn both sides of cd are aluminum strips?
Etching waste green/blue candle
I looked at your followers, they seem genuine. I'm talking about accounts like this:/member/Seanwood/member/AlanWilkins//member/jasoncooper//member/nollaige//member/Irarobbin/(I don't link to them because in my first forum topic about them there was a problem with removing them because I linked to them. You can just check them out by copy-pasting them in the url after "instructables.com")
Maybe they are some of those fake spam accounts.Two weeks ago, I got a new follower. /member/Nicoljaqb/But I see that she isn't in my follower list anymore, but I'm still in her follower list.She isn't even a real person, just an account with a link to a website to increase its pagerank or something like that.Do those followers of yours have handome profile pictures (often of bollywood stars)? Do they have a ridiculous bio and have a link to a website (clothing, hotels, catering,...) in their description? Then they very likely weren't real followers at all.I still have a lot those in my follower list, hopefully they will go away too.
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