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Craft Foam is much lighter and it is flexible! Cardboard may work, butwould be harder to wear for a long time. If you are USA, even Walmart should sell craft foam https://www.walmart.com/c/kp/craft-foam-sheets
Thank you for the appreciation! Look forward to your build Share a pic with us! Or tag us @twitte_king on Twitter and instagram
Thank you! Are you gonna make one?
Its 17inch rest length. It can get to 19inch when stretch/swing... This length feels dangerous when I swing it already! Haha how long do you prefer it to be?
Dont hit anyone with this! But Absolutely, the plastic casing is fragile alone, but with the filling, they absorb the impact!
You are very welcome! As a inner circle member (approved by ubisoft!, They are so kind to flew me to San Francisco!) I would love to answer your questions!I filled about 85 % of the total volume of the ball with silicone. As you may have saw, the silicone with the ball weighs 77g around half of a real billiard ball. I keep it lighter so it's safer, and less loading on the rope.After braiding the rope and connecting it to the ball, the rope is slightly stretchy. The rest length is 17 inches, when pulled 19 inches...Again, I hope this helps! I would love to see you Thunderball! Feel free to post it here or tweet/Instagram me @twitte_king !
Slightly less than 6cm in diameter... Real billiard (pool) ball are 5.715 cm in diameter
Hello, I haven't been on the site for a while, I didn't made a PDF file, but I would refer you to the pictures in step 6
The friction is what's holding it in!
good idea!!, do you have time to try it out?
I started this project as a more artisan one of a kind thing for my Girlfriend!! Being both a traditional and digital artist, seeing best of both worlds, 3d modeling printing it would be a nice idea too!! so you guys can download and print your copy. the sad thing is i dont own a personal printer for prototyping... i am saving up money, also launch a fund raising about a 3d print-heavy project!! feel free to check it out and support if you have an extra dime!!https://www.generosity.com/education-fundraising/project-wrench-it
means alot men!! hope the stickers are useful!!
thank you very much my friend!! i do wanna help promote the idea that #3dprinter is not end of the line
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thanks for the reply! The lower refresh rate you point stems purely from more rows to load right? You are right that shouldnt matter, we are talking milliseconds...And may i ask again on whether i can connect 2 identical led matrix in parallel ? How does the current split on an arduino? Should i use a <220 ohm resister?
http://playground.arduino.cc/Main/ArduinoPinCurren...I only know the analog method of using value sin the link, (40ma or 200ma) ohms law to determine the resistance, voltage across/ current.... but i read somewhere and i quote, "unlike analog electronics, micro controller like arduino is not picky on the resistors as long as it can differenciate high and low"... how many ohm should i use?
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thank you for your interest! i actually did this during e3, anyway, i used normal a4 paper and printed with laser print.either laser or inkjet should be good, since the acrylic medium/ modpodge are not water base and won't dissolve the ink. if your glue is water-based, laser print on normal paper just so be safe.Feel free to keep me posted on your build! love to see it soon!!
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Working around constraint is always a problem! And your appreciation is my biggest motivation to craft and solve problem! You give me high praise always! We can all craft together always!
you may consider using normal acrylic paint! you can increase the adhesive power and flexibility by adding textile medium!! thats what i do!
i envy your printer!! the print quality is superb!
wow, impressive result!! i wonder if sticky vinyl can be use to replace masking tape, that way you can cover large area in shorter time and peel off easier!
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