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I still have no idea how you make meat of it.There is a 'be nice policy' and to answer questions is a way to be 'nice'.
This is not the first instructable of a centrefinder, but this one is absolutely the easiest and quickest to make!Thanks for the idea. You have my vote!
Strange I posted a question yesterday, but I can't see it when I'm not logged in. If I log in I see the question, but in that way I never get an answer I think. So here the question again:How do you make meat of those ingredients. I don't understand that part.
Nice mittens! Good instructable too. Nice that there is a calculation of the sizes.
I never buy lumber in stores were it is standing vertical.
Not everybody is served with a standard gaming machine! I think it is a very useable project!Great ible.
Really nice job!
Nastier? I talk about more complete.You should watch what happens if somebody write an instructable in spanish or dutch, or whatever language. THAN the nasty people come with the only comment : ''english please''So if you want to keep it possitive, don't call people nasty if you did not read the last line of his post.
Looks great. Good job!And I don't think only your girlfriend is happy with it, I guess the neigbors too. Not many people take care of there cats and keep them out of the garden of the neighbors.
The world is a bit bigger than only the part that use 120V. An instructable is more complete if the 240V is in it.Remember that sometimes stuff is hacked in a way it is not meant to use. So only writing 120V can be misunderstood by people.
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