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Build Your Own (metalworking) Lathe - Part I
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You mean Seebeck - which is exactly the inverse (but basically the same thing) of the Peltier. Look them both up on Wikipedia.
I don't mean to criticize, but I don't understand your statement that strawberries "are happy with" only water. Plants need nutrients to grow - this goes beyond even botany to basic thermodynamics! >;-) Putting it simply: you can't make a strawberry out of water, no matter how good the setup. A strawberry has mass; that mass comes from somewhere, and it's composed *mostly* (but not totally) of "CHON": carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen. O2 can come from atmosphere (remember photosynthesis?), but plants do NOT get nitrogen from air; it has to come from N2 compounds, through the roots. They also need phosphorous and potassium (hence the "NPK" ratios on fertilizer labels). And trace minerals. This is why hydroponics 'food'/nutrients are supplied. Saying you don't need to feed strawberries, or any other hydroponics crop, is provably false (and silly, but I'm being polite).
Aha - thought so. For English readers - indeed, it is a stainless-steel cup used for making custard, or 'flan'. :-) Muchisima gracias, se~nor!
Que es "the custard rate" en espanol? No se tradujo también en Inglés - que suena como "natillas-tasa", cuando pienso que quería decir "taza" tal vez?(If so, for English readers, I think he means basically "measuring cup" - probably a Google Translate issue... :-)
Thanks! I'm looking forward to it!
Am I missing something? Like: the header file and code?
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As a man who has copped a 5/15" square piece of tool steel in the face ( flung out of a metal lathe ) I fully endorse this comment. I was lucky, it hit the safety glasses leaving a 1/2" long gouge right over my eyeball. Safety glasses - every time. Thank you UVEX !
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