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Very nice look. Thanks.
Very nicely done. Thanks.
Nice build. Thanks.
Nice explanation. Thanks.
A very useful module. I like that it starts in the off position. This can then be used to start tools, as tool will stop at power failure and remain off until button is pressed. These modules are quite expensive to purchase. Thanks for a well done Instructable.
Nice technique. Do you have a schematic to attach? Thanks.
A nice thorough Instructable. Thanks.
the most versatile articulating arm I have seen. Thanks.
Thanks for another simplified way to disassemble.
Very nice idea. Thanks.
Nice shield, but you need to reverse the TX-RX lines. Thanks
Very nice. To bad you didn't make it an Instructable.
Novel idea. Thanks.
Very well done Instructable. Thanks.
About time someone made this. Very ingenious. Thanks.
What distance is this setup limited to?Great project. There are endless applications for positioning systems.Thanks.
The foam board is a nice idea. Thanks.
I got the idea from Scott at This site. I traced the circuit to the spot I inserted the pin. If you drill for the pin, make sure the pin contacts both sides of circuit board (solder). Or you can do what Scott suggests and solder a wire/pin to the RX LED area I hope this works for you.
The perfect idea. Thanks.
I would use poison bate freely if a local dog wouldn't eat anything. I use a recipe of corn flour and cement powder 50/50. The mouse activates the cement internally leaving it dead and non-toxic. I place bate where only small rodents fit.Thanks for another good Instructable.
You have put together a super Instructable. This is valuable information for anyone with an excess of buckets and containers. Valuable material from burden material. To reduce energy expended, try insulating the melting chamber.Thank you.
Thanks for a nice explanation.
Really nice. Thanks.
Very perfect for the challenge! Excellent idea and well carried out. Thanks for showing this nice Makerspace.
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Thanks. Again, nice setup.
Nice aquaponics setup. What kind of fish are those?
I just happen to have a bike speedometer with a broken sensor. Thanks.
Looks nice. Any more steps coming?
Nicely done. Thanks.
Looks like tomas.raila.3 beat you to the punch.
Thanks for showing such a straight forward and simple method.
Good idea for salvage. Thanks.
Original and very nice. Thanks.
Original and very nice. Thank
Nice. This looks suitable to add to the back of my tractor. Thanks.
Very well done Instructable. I have bookmarked this and you have my vote. Thanks.
Where is the Instructable?
Very nice looking lighting. Thanks.
Nice build. I hope you show instructions on how to build this motorized bike. Even a list of parts and a schematic would be nice. Thanks.
Very nice and versatile! Thanks.
Your project looks promising. I look forward to the rest of the Instructable.
Nice, clear instructions. Thanks.
Is there more?
Well done. Thanks.
I remember this type of swing somewhere in my childhood. Thanks for sharing this rare style with us. If you could show the swing in a video that would be great. Again, thanks.
I was admiring one in the store yesterday. $250 Canadian. I like your idea better. Thanks.
Nice explanation and comparison of LED technics. Thanks.
This looks like an advertisement for your business. Is it?
really nice! Thanks.
Very nice feature to have in the kitchen. Thanks.
Very nice. Thanks.
Beautiful work. Thanks.
Safety glasses that distort vision. Ear muffs that are uncomfortable."Paper" dust masks that fog up the distorted glasses and leak dust. Sawguards that don’t let the saw be used to the full potential. All duly certifiedby some far away agencies. All of the above “certified” gear discourages theuse of important safety equipment.Until now, I have not found suitable and adequate personal dustprotection for the table saw.I will be building something like this mask.Thanks for a great idea and a nice Instructable.
Thanks. A nice way to make something from scrap.
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