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Yeah, you can get basic plastic ones that work fine for $5 at a number of stores in our area. A few of the family restaurants have been bulk ordering them and putting them next to the registers for $5. Guy admitted to me that he gets them in bulk for about 2.50 each, and at the $5 he sales them as fast as he can get them. Around 200 last month. Like you though, my son is dying to 3D print a body and pop in bearings from his skateboard parts. So we're dusting off the 3D printer to see what we can do there. I might try this idea with him, since it's such a simple, yet nice design.
Nice, I could see using this in my car, just in case it runs away or my kid is up to no good. :) Then the battery issue might not matter, just minor adapting and wiring into the harness. Great work.
Works great with color. I've done a few with color, though I use image transfer medium and then seal it with modge podge. The process is different, but doable with ink jet also, you just need different liuqid materials.
There is a different way of doing this, it's just more time consuming with different materials. I've done with with regular paper and laser printers. You have to get an image transfer medium though, then time consuming rubbing the paper away after letting it dry overnight. The way they explain here seems faster and easier if you have these items available.
mini powdered donuts. HAHA, I can just see squirrel fur flying THWUNK! as my son is shooting powdered donuts into the trees.
I've had a few times when either no one is at the key cutting places, or they don't have the 'blanks' i need to cut my key. An example, I wanted a 'door only' key for my car. Since it's an electronic chip key to start the vehicle, many of the local places don't have it and refer me to the dealership, which wants $250 for a key, because of the electronics. I've had a few issues like this with keys I do legally own.
There's a small part of me that agrees; however, when you can just PAY to incubate 9 eggs at the same time instead of one, is that cheating? The system is setup to reward those that can/will spend money on it. If someone (say my son) can't spend much on the game do you want to penalize them if they can find creative ways to help themselves? If there wasn't a way to just buy 8 incubators and hate 9 eggs by walking 10km or less, in one shot, I'd be much more inclined to agree or care. If my son has to jog around the yard enough times to make 90km to compete with an adult that just drops $20 on the game every day, I wouldn't discourage him from making somethign to help him compete.
I'd say if someone breaks into your car, and it's easy to find as well as something with your address on it, you're giving them an easy route, and they know you're not home. I don't like half these places to hide the key, listed.
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