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Grey water re-use system
Eyesplice for nonwoven fabric-core buoyant rope
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How to tie various knots
Boarding Ladder for Sailboat
Lightweight solar panel (12V battery charger)
Landing Craft for a Motorcycle
Installing a Mini-Split Heat Pump
Making wooden sandals (Scholl's style)
Lightweight Solar Panel (12V Battery Charger)
Good guestions. I think I used 2 layers of 4oz E-glass cloth from my local goindustrial store for the panel, then 1 layer of 2.5oz cloth to cover the PV cells. I'm not 100% sure.I'm not sure about the light absorbtion. There is about a 200% variation in open-voltage output of the cells I bought, so to get a good answer I'd have to carefully characterize a particular cell then measure it again after encapsulation. I did some crude measurements like that but forget the answer, beyond "it worked". The potting resin is completely transparent to visible light, and I don't think that well-wetted glass absorbs much light. I'd assume it would be at least as good as the epoxy some commercial panel manufacturers use. Years ago I made a motorcycle headlight lens with glass mat, which was good enough not to get me pulled over, and the thinner cloth is better than that.
ahh, all manner of wonderful things can be built with good support!
Good thinking there!You could get a third hull to make it into a tri-maran, used the centre hull for additional displacement and this would allow you to move the outer hulls further out.The resulting craft would give you more roll stability. the centre hull ideally would be longer then your existing hulls to give you more pitch stability. Getting your bike places makes all the difference! Great read, Thanks.The resulting craft would certainly give you more roll stability and
Rescuing someone fallen overboard from a boat
Rabbit-proof extension cord
Getting a motorcycle aboard a sailboat
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