You are my personal hero from now! This is awesome! I knew, why not to throw away those glowplugs. Now just search my garage for some sparkplugs and I am good to go! Thanks for sharing. Nice welding, btw.
I made this on one C-class Mercedes few years back, but I think I choose wrong type of LED strip - it last only 2 years or so and stop working. I do not see it afterwards, so I can not tell, what was wrong. I used waterproof high output LED strip. I hope you will be lucky and get better result. Fingers crossed!
So far the best idea. I am looking for some steadycam for a while, and this one I like most. Thanks for sharing!
Hi folks, here are few photos from my builds:https://plus.google.com/110900867642424056387/post...https://plus.google.com/110900867642424056387/post...For both I ommit charging from dock - I believe it is safer for battery to charge only through TP4056. Also, if you like to modify just dock station for 'safe' charging, here are two builds:https://plus.google.com/110900867642424056387/post...https://plus.google.com/110900867642424056387/post...And if you like some inspiration for battery eliminator upgrade, here you are:https://plus.google.com/110900867642424056387/post...
Awesome! Thats a great idea, completly made from old stuff. Maybe to combine it with other ibles (like usage of LED strips [with cooling!] and some PWM regulator). Thanks for sharing!
Thank you very much for sharing! I just love all ways for repurpose seat belt buckles (dont know why). Thanks for this new idea!
Intersting idea, thanks for sharing!
Great idea, since almost everyone have few powerbanks at home. I will check availability for my cameras for that dummy batt pack. Thanks for sharing!
I used 600 grid under water, then 1000, 1500 and 2500 all under water. Next polish (Octavia - Lidl W5, Fabia - some profi stuff from friend's shop), both applied with polish machine (thankfully I have access to machine) and finally hard wax - K2).
Same way: recalculate resistors, or use stabiliser with heatsink.
Absolute perfect idea! Thank You for sharing!
Great idea, nicely done! Thanks for sharing!
Where you get all the inspiration? This is great like everything you made. Thanks for this ibble. Also, thank you for informing me about 5V LED strips. I do not know, that those exist. I have to find some now.
You have to find it on eBay, Amazon, ... I have 4-channel version for ca same price. There can be some bargains, You just need to be patient and go through some listings, then You will definitely find some. I wish You luck!
I am using 4 boxes from mints (TicTac), but those are not aligned and not so nice as this one. But it works.. :)
Not the best instruction set here, but you are my personal hero to point me to Stencil Revolution page.. Thanks for sharing, and here is my boy.
Man, thats great! Useful and so fun to make. I hope I'll have some free time to make one also. Thanks for sharing!
It is good to use battery contact paste to seal it. Once you have those crystals there, those will be back in no time.
Hell nice bike! Also, nice and easy project. Well done, I like those animated pics.
Thank You, this is realy good idea. Now just find right shape and dimensions, and I can go for it. Thanks again!
It is 12V supply. I have to confess, I doesnt measure real voltage. It is friend bike, we just tried best bulb options for best light output, since most affected was head light, and he goes for trip. But since then I still thinking, what do do with it, even when he told me it is OK like it is now..