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Beautiful build! Looks a little chilly for outdoor reading though :) Loved the bunny too!
very similar to http://www.instructables.com/id/Coiling-a-USB-powe...I've "coiled" almost all my electronic cables (USB, power, earphones, mics) with varying degrees of success - some the cable sheaths "hold" the shape better than other in my experience. Overall a worthwhile exercise for neater cables.
looks yummy!couple of ideas when I've made jerky- I used 1/4" hardware cloth to suspend the meat - cut it big enough to rest on the rim of the tray- I found my oven wouldn't keep a constant temperature at low levels (165 F) so I used 2 incandescent 100W light bulbs in a bulb holder switched with a dimmer switch to heat the oven - dimmer allowed very precise temperature control - bonus significant reduction in electricity used :) (200W vs 3000W)
after I hope ! :) One wants to keep all digits attached - better safe than sorry
so that's where they learned to build monn rockets :)
and what do those (coffee water pillows) have to do with technology? Seems to me you can't differentiate between camping and a hotel stay. And yes I can ( and have) make fire by rubbing 2 sticks together.
hey give matlek some slack the ible was about making the Magnetic Connector - not what it is connected to - I going to use them for a completely different connection than a USB connector@matlek - Great idea and execution - kudos - simple ideas are always the best
no deal there :)
8 fluid ounces in a cup or use 250 ml = 1 cup
Great instructable!Gave me an idea to use my ancient 120V drill as a disc sanderbuild a cradle for it similar to your design; chuck a disc sander paper holder into the drill clamp it in the cradle and bob's your uncle - can even use the variable speed feature of the drillthanks for the idea
why risk collapse - use axle stands for the car support
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