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Very nice job!! Wish I had come up with it my self but...Well, I'm sure I can use the process and concept on smaller 'scale' projects. *cue drums*Actually, I wonder how that would look as a rail or a curved edge on furniture...Look what you did, gone and got me thinking. :P
Maybe you should turn your to-do list upside down ;)see? Now it's near the top XP
most Bluetooth chips can only handle one phone or audio source at a time, so you can not simultainously connect and play audio from diffrent phones, however if you connect one phone the Bluetooth module isn't "locked" to that phone.
Nice job! Very good work with the multimeter on determining connections, just a suggestion though, it might be a good idea to make annotations on some of your photos so that you can show readers what you are doing from photo to photo.But really, great work! keep on making these and teaching others your findings and methods! :)
Hi there, I'm not an experienced wood worker much either but I figured I'd offer my two cents with the joints.If you'd like something stronger than simple butt joints you could half lap joints, they give you the butt joint look but more surface area for glue, which would make it stronger. You could also go with a mitered half lap joint which would give you the half lap joints strength with the look of a standard miter joint. If you just google them you should get some images to give you the gist of what they look like and how they work. ;) nice job
if you build this version, calculate power usage based on the heaviest object you can lift, you can calculate the power/amount of acoustic resonance needed for something larger. hope this helps :)
if you build this version, calculate power usage based on heaviest object you can lift, you can calculate the power/amount of acoustic resonance needed for something larger, but also this is a tractor beam, can it repulse things as well?
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hi, I too am unskilled at Java, I've got my own web server and stuff running (no certificates or domain names) and this would be really cool to do, but I agree, it would be nice if it could be simplified.
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hm... ok, I'll give that a try. thanks a bunch!
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