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Australia has three tower carriers: Telstra, Optus, and Vodafone. Vodafone initially leased time on Optus towers until it started building its own. Each carrier will lease bandwidth to other retailers, but refuse to share hardware. My phone is connected through Kogan which is carried by Vodafone. I cannot access anything via a Telstra or Optus tower. If I have no access to a Vodafone tower, I have remove the SIM to make an emergency call on either of the other carriers.
I've read several i'bles on re-casting HDPE and, unfortunately, the level of detail given in this one means that what I had previously considered a good source of material for my own experimentation (Australian HDPE milk bottles) has been struck off the list. Maybe PET is more consistent from one product to the next?I have also looked into grinding waste to a fine powder economically, so that I can re-use materials on a 3D printer. Just like with my resin printer, who cares about color? All the waste mixed together results in so close to black that I recast it and never have to buy black blocks, only the CMY ones. Given how tough Xerox Phaser resin is, it would be great for experimentation if only it weren't so expensive!I don't believe that a food processor would be a particularly goo...see more »I've read several i'bles on re-casting HDPE and, unfortunately, the level of detail given in this one means that what I had previously considered a good source of material for my own experimentation (Australian HDPE milk bottles) has been struck off the list. Maybe PET is more consistent from one product to the next?I have also looked into grinding waste to a fine powder economically, so that I can re-use materials on a 3D printer. Just like with my resin printer, who cares about color? All the waste mixed together results in so close to black that I recast it and never have to buy black blocks, only the CMY ones. Given how tough Xerox Phaser resin is, it would be great for experimentation if only it weren't so expensive!I don't believe that a food processor would be a particularly good idea. Anything high-speed could cause melting which would jam everything up. Basic smasher/chopper/hammer type grinding into chunks wouldn't present the same problem but, the finer the desired result, the slower the process has to become.I'm seriously considering a hand-driven ceramic coffee grinder and powering it with a slow motor. If I can smash stuff up to the size of coffee "beans", then what do I care how long it takes such a grinder to give me the final result?
Thanks for the level of detail given. It is extremely informative.I am going to ask about the actual pressing process. I am under the impression that pre-grinding the apples is simply meant as a way of increasing the volume of material that fits into the press.Have you done any experimentation regarding weight versus yield by pressing whole apples?
The more scratched and worn the original spoon, the more authenticity is imparted onto the 'gag' spoon.
Is this project still active? I can't purchase from the recommended link.
Depending on how much power is consumed by the HDD, a single USB connection will usually suffice. In some heavy current situations, you may need a "double headed" cable which has two USB Type A plugs to draw the extra current from the Host Computer.
If you look closely at all the photos, it isn't very hard to figure out that this is genuine and there is enough information to reveal exactly how it was done. It certainly requires a great deal of patience to do it.When it comes to seeing "street" magicians doing this, I want a cell phone in a bottle. That's one I can't figure out.The tennis balls in the carafe is easily explained. I would place one tennis ball in the neck and put it all in a hyperbaric chamber. As the air pressure increases, the tennis ball will get smaller until it falls through the neck. Then repeat the process for the second ball. There may have been some sort of weight sitting on top of each ball to speed up the process.
If you've played with this before, is the UV light really necessary? The only UV source I have is the sun, and I think a higher concentration of H202 would serve me better (and be far more accessible)OR:Are you relying on the UV light to turn the escaping Oxygen into Ozone?
Using AC with LEDs (Part 1)
It's a 12V LED strip. The LEDs are arranged in groups along the strip with a dropper resistor for each group. That is why you must find the "right" place to cut it.
LED TUBE LIGHT (AC)
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One just uses the eight data pins to step the motors. By using 4 pairs, any stepper can be triggered forward or back.By using 7 unique and one for direction, you can step up to 7 motors in either direction.Of course, timing is an issue and navigating angles is greatly affected by said timing!
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