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Use a "Forstner" bit instead.. Turn part over just as point of bit breaks thru.. finish drilling from back..
Way too much work for my lazy butt very cool!!..
This is cool to play with but, you don't get something for nothing.. It takes more energy to light the bulb wirelessly that just plugging it into the wall..
They could be imported from India.. Dealerships can be set up for sales and service.. On the other hand, I am sure the auto companies would kill this.. Along with the politicos.. Just a dream of mine for a long time... A Tuk-Tuk would fill a needed niche in the transportation in cities..
This is great!!.. You guys are lucky that you can have a Tuk-Tuk... We can't use them on the street here in the USA.. It would be too good of a thing..
Thanks for the heads up.. I would prefer a fuel powered model instead of being forced to use an electric one.. But still a step in the right direction..
Yes it would!..
This project is important because it does more with less.. It recycles some materials effectively and costs very little while providing a usable product.. More things like this need to be implemented to relieve the financial and material burden on people.. A great job..
I don't think you are crazy at all.. I think this is a great idea..
This is wonderful.. Thanks for sharing...
Aedes Aegypti and Aedes Albopictus are the two main species of carriers..
Very cool!!.. As it says it is a "personal" cooling unit, not designed for a whole house..
Great job!!.. Does the relay board have an opto coupler?.. I can't tell by the photos..
With the motorcycle battery charger shown..
no one seems to know..
The farther the distance the higher the current required to induce flow in the coil.. You end up having to provide tremendous amounts of power to get a small amount at the receiving coil..
BE HAPPY.. I DELETED ALL OF MY "NASTY" POSTS.. NOW YOU HAVE NOTHING POSTED ABOUT THIS.. OTHERS SEE IT FOR WHAT IT IS..
My post was not meant to be "nasty".. I am sorry you see it as such.. It is just my honest opinion on this.. It just will not produce enough energy to be of any value.. Maybe you can study more on physics and see for yourself.. CHEERS!!..
Or you could tape/glue a piece of window screen on it to cover the hole..
This is IT!!... Just what I need!!... Thanks for sharing!!...
Great job!... My only problem with copper is it is too soft to last very long on a hard surface such as a street.. Maybe you could slip a rubber crutch tip on it for hard city use..
Thanks for the update!
This is very true.. Resin core ONLY on electrical... Acid core is for metal soldering...
Good luck going back to school and getting your degree.. I did the same thing when I was 42 and working full time.. It was tough but paid off.. With a degree in ME you can almost name your price.. I am now retired and living well from investments from the huge salary I made.. Best Wishes..
GREAT!!... Very good ideas!..
Can't never could do anything!!.. Don't be intimidated by this project!.. It is really quite simple.. This is how you learn.. By doing.. You will be able to do this with very little effort!...
Great idea and smart project!....
Thanks for sharing!.. This is great advice!..
Very good... Smart thinking!!....
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