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thanks. I get a few comments from visitors. A lot of wives asking thier husbands why they cant make somehting like that
I just meant better on the wetter side than the dryrer side. I was lucky enough not to notice much in the way of bubbles and air pockets during the pour. It's two years old now and zero signs of cracking anywhere, so overall it worked out very well.
Good question. Something that tormented me during my design phase when I was trying to find a way to remove it afterwards. The answer is that I left it in; however after two years there are a few sings of black streaky water marks which may develop in to worse. So I plan to cut this out soon with a Multitool, grinder and a crowbar. Its pretty easy to get underneath it so should only take an hour or so
I'd love to do an indoor one some day too! I figured getting some experience with an outdoor one would be ideal as they're a bit less forgiving.
Hi, looks good. I love concrete products like this. I cant quite see the steps after de-moulding though. Surely there was a grind/polish and a seal involved?
I have a bunch of Belgian, Austrian and German beer glasses. Even though new zealand Produce decent beer in the last couple of decades, hoegaarden and leffe are still the best
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I think you're missing the point. Raspberry Pis are normally hidden in a cupboard somewhere performing a task; not sitting on display beside a TV
using a Pi as a media player plugged in to an HDTV is so 2012.
You might want to google the raspberry pi and see why and it was designed
@dj_segfault. I have several RPs running tasks and virtually never need to plug a screen in to them after they were set up. So they are stored under the stairs with my fibre ONT, ISP router, IP camera POE switch etc out of the way. So a remote viewing method like this is handy for the odd occasion you need to change something
are you admitting you are that stupid W.I.S?
A DIY Arcade Table powered by Raspberry Pi
Good job. I wish I had the skills and tools to make it
Retro Arcade Cabinet
I ruined the glass of a fish aquarium before by cleaning the algae with steel wool. It seemed like a good idea at the time but it creates fine scratches in the glass; which in turn attracts alga and becomes harder and harder to clean. The scratches the steel wool makes become quite noticeable over time
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