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Outstanding Instructable and great job! Crongratulations and thanks for sharing it.
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very nice. I tried one before, from another instructable, which uses ogoo (corn starch + silicone) that worked fine, and I'll try your approach too. I'm using an arduino uno to control an air pump to make my "robot" move.
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your channel is very good. Very detailed, well explained and illustrated. Thanks Great Scott for great videos and instructables.
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I was expecting a tutorial on how to actually take double exposure pictures, with a camera. I can work with photoshop/gimp where I can create such effects, but I really need to improve my skills on making an atual double exposure picture. Anyway, this is an easy way to do it, and the resulting picture is very nice. I just think it would be nice to make clearer that is kind of a infomercial instructable.
thank you Talulah!
could you share what bone is this? I mean, what cut, or part of the animal... I used to use leg bones from cows, but I couldn't find a good sized one that I could take a straight cut from it.
thanks pal. My approach is to go to the buchers store and ask for a few bones. But to clean them is a lot of work, so I may consider buying better ones ready to work.
Thanks for your comment. I'll probably go cheap and simple, as I wont cut lots and lots of bone. I actually do my cutting with hand tools, and use the dremel only to give the final shape, but I try to do it as much as possible by hand. Nice to know about the powder heating the dremel, anyway. Thanks for the tips.
Very nice knife. I'll try to do one for me. I've been doing some bone articles for a while and never thought about making a cabinet to avoid the mess and health issues that bone powder could cause. I'll definetly make a cabinet to me too. Thanks for your instructable.
rinse it with water, shaking well couple of times. Add a drop or 2 of detergent, shake and rinse more. If you want to be very sure, add 3/4 of water, some drops of bleach, put the lid on, shake it and let it sit for a while. shake again, drop content, rinse with water 3 or 4 times, or until no bleach smell comes out of it. talking about cleaning containers for reuse (the ones that can be reused) if they are hard, as glass, put a mix of water, 98% alcohol, some drops of deterget and SALT, or sand. Close it, and shake it vigorously for some time. The sand will act as a mechanical cleaner, while alcohol and detergent act as chemical cleaners. Repeat if needed, and them rinse with water several times. Using sand is a good way to... well, sand containers. I use it with water to remove the li...see more »rinse it with water, shaking well couple of times. Add a drop or 2 of detergent, shake and rinse more. If you want to be very sure, add 3/4 of water, some drops of bleach, put the lid on, shake it and let it sit for a while. shake again, drop content, rinse with water 3 or 4 times, or until no bleach smell comes out of it. talking about cleaning containers for reuse (the ones that can be reused) if they are hard, as glass, put a mix of water, 98% alcohol, some drops of deterget and SALT, or sand. Close it, and shake it vigorously for some time. The sand will act as a mechanical cleaner, while alcohol and detergent act as chemical cleaners. Repeat if needed, and them rinse with water several times. Using sand is a good way to... well, sand containers. I use it with water to remove the lining inside bamboo logs.
I did a mini CNC writer with 3 stepper motors, 3 easy motor drivers and a arduino UNO (plus the trays from the cd-drivers).it was very fun to buid and it actually worked fine, but not great. The motor that was supposed to make the vertical movement wasn't strong enough to lift all the stuff attached to it. There are several tutorials on how to of it, but I used Tinkernut's one (seen on youtube), because of the clarity of the instructions .
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