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Instead of creating a template that has through holes that would locate the nail-electrodes for each piece of wood to be checked - do you think it would be worthwhile to create a template that has the nail-electrodes permanently embedded in the template, with the points of the nails sticking out 1/4 of an inch? This way you can just whack the template onto the piece of test wood, measure the resistance, pry the template off, and then whack it onto the next piece of wood for testing.
This is a great idea!I would like to suggest that you put ice cubes on a couple of stackable wire mesh baskets...like the kind that is used in offices to file papers. This will give you more ice surface area that will cool the room room down quite a bit more.
WOW !I think it may have taken you more time to write up this Instructable that to actually make the yurt. It's really quite complete.
Joseph,I have a feeling you just didn't read STEP 2. That step pretty much parallels your original comment of how to read a vernier.
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