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I like the idea but there is no way that battery is both high amp output and high capacity. with high amp drain they use a different chemistry so you'll get less capacity. with high capacity you reduce the max amount of amps. I think this is a high drain 1,5 ah also.
I've always wanted to make one of these but I think it will get sticky if you leave it in your pants. especially in the summer. does anyone know this?
I didn't read the whole ible but how many hours of work have you put in this?
tried this one time, used wallpaper glue. in Holland it's like 80% potato starch. worked great and did hang quite a while. then the rain came and made the room a bit moist.(window was open) then the heating went up and that was the end of the thread lamp. it killed it! it just imploded haha.
this thing looks awesome. in fact, I have the need to make this one. but... I don't need it haha. nice one!
Nice one! you definitely got my vote!
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I don't know what language that is there buddy, maybe Italian or something. but you got yourself an Aquaponics setup not hydroponic. Aquaponics is a mixture between hydroponic and aquariums.
no! :p there is no possible way that you advise children to do this. even yourself can be harmed while doing this.
kids, don't do this at home. if the flame goes back in to the can, there is a possibility that the can explodes. just go and play outside!
kan dat geen kwaad, dat ammonia?
are u serious? I will try this once I have the hiccups but what if u are joking and I look like a mongoloid?
I don't get it :p what can you do with this?
yes, I back you on this one. best thing to do is put 1 tp4056 on each 18650. and otherwise it will also take allot of time for them to charge. it's like 1A Max on each tp4056 so this will lead to 250ma on each cell. that would take ages!
looks allot like galantis! nice
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