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Awesome and unique project! While cheaper pencils make this part of the design fairly affordable, I wonder if a little more thought in measuring and shaping the inner wood core could reduce the pencil count by 50+ percent.
Still awesome, unique, and VERY creative! Thanks!!!
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My "not so secret" recipe has always been to glaze the inner side with orange marmalade, sprinkle with real bacon bits, and broil them in the oven. This looks REALLY good too and I might even try combining your recipe as a pre-prep to mine. Thanks!
I love the concept of this game, and you made a nice tutorial on its construction!I think it might be cool to have a bottom to the carrying box that slid out leaving the pins to drop to the ground in place for the first setup - just 'cause you can. ;~}
Nice job! Make sure your code doesn't start overwriting previous images in the case of a restart! Too many ways to do that easily, so I'll leave the solution up to you.
You wrote: "I don't know if polarity actually matters here..."It does. LEDs are, after all, Diodes. Hooking them up to 4.5V backwards (for a while) probably won't hurt them, but they won't light up.I'm not surprised these cheap lights, of which I have many and love, don't have modulator circuits to make them more efficient and brighter without affecting life. Perhaps an idea for another mod! ;~}
This is a great project to share with your kids!When I first saw your design, I imagined Cam plates that would be keyed to the Knobs with a Pentagon or Hex pattern so each Cam could simply be repositioned to one of 5 or 6 well defined positions and secured back to the Knob with a pan-head wood screw and washer.
Instructables should have a "LIKE" button! I totally got your "water" joke!
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