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Wow!!! That looks awesome! I really love how you have taken it out of the digital world and into the physical. Very, very cool.How long did that take you to lay out?
Haha, thanks! It is pretty sturdy.
Well, I did make two of them so I suppose that's one more than I need...
Not sure. Sound like an issue with the PDF builder on the site. Maybe try the forums or contact support?
Those look really nice! Sounds like I need to find some welder friends...or a welder for my shop? Hmmm...
Well you just have to cut another 45 degree angle and you get a 90, right? Just kidding :) I guess you got me on that one! Sometimes I get a little over-excited to move my miter saw out of the 90 degree position and I suppose that's what was going through my head when I typed that...
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You are right to be proud...that looks AWESOME! I really like your color choices and how you framed it. Thanks for sharing! I will definitely be looking to your piece for inspiration as I decorate my home.
Hey that's a great idea. I'm going to have to try out something like that in the future. Thanks for sharing!Curious, what brand/type of resin did you use? I've used Alumilite casting resins before but not so much on wood.Thank you!
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Wow! That turned out GREAT! I'm so glad everything came together for you. Really like the natural finish you chose too.Thanks for posting. This absolutely made my day!
I used the RasPi because I already had one on hand. Also, I'm not sure that GRBLWeb would run on an Arduino.
Clay, thanks for trying it out! I've run into the same problem with over-drying many times. The main thing it's taught me is that no batch of meat is exactly the same and the only way to prevent it is to check it often. The coffee flavor is fairly subtle, but that's what my friends all liked about it (not nearly as bold as my other recipes). I hadn't thought about the acidity of the coffee, but that's a great point. Will have to keep a fresh pot ready for my next concoction! Thanks again!
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