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Thank you, I hope that you will have a chance to build one for your kids.
Hi mrsmerwin,Thank you very much for your comment and glad that you liked it.For different sizes of coins but still 3 coins, you can manage by pulling/pushing the bottom face of the ejector (on the base piece) up or down depending on the thickness of the coin, and the side walls for different diameters. For other pieces beside the base, you can fill the holes and re-cut it according to the diameter.However, making 4 or more columns will be a bit more complicated but still doable. Basically you will have to fill the base, center column, and coin slot and re-cut all of the elements. There's a Fusion 360 class available here, it is not difficult to learn. I think within a few days you should be able to manage it.One item to note, you will need quite accurate 3D printer to do the Dime as th...see more »Hi mrsmerwin,Thank you very much for your comment and glad that you liked it.For different sizes of coins but still 3 coins, you can manage by pulling/pushing the bottom face of the ejector (on the base piece) up or down depending on the thickness of the coin, and the side walls for different diameters. For other pieces beside the base, you can fill the holes and re-cut it according to the diameter.However, making 4 or more columns will be a bit more complicated but still doable. Basically you will have to fill the base, center column, and coin slot and re-cut all of the elements. There's a Fusion 360 class available here, it is not difficult to learn. I think within a few days you should be able to manage it.One item to note, you will need quite accurate 3D printer to do the Dime as the thickness is only 1.53mm.No 3D printer no problem, 3Dhub.com, and shapeway.com can help you.Anything else please do not hesitate :-)
Camelot Coin TowerView Instructable »
Looks delicious, will have to try to make it.
Blue Hawaiian Fried Rice
Very creative, good use of an old wood! Old school to match with the BMX.
Basic Vector Creation
I couldn't find a video on a wooden articulated fish but I found these.https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=y5lZGC2zKN8https://goo.gl/images/TvArh2
Very cool! Looks like the bed is floating.I did something similar to my bed but only on one side, I used blue LED connected to a little infrared sensor with a timer (like the sensor on the spot light that you can buy at a hardware store). So when I step of the bed at night to go to the toilet the floor would glow blue (not to disturb the wife), and once I am back in bed it would fade out.
3D Surface Finishing Techniques - WerkplaatsIDC
Thank you, I hope that you will have time to make something to show us.
I see, I love math too, one of my favorite subject besides physics, but that was looooong time ago. I am glad that you kept them instead of tossing them. You can probably use them as scales on an articulated wooden fish or scaled armor (for a kid's costume).
Thank you for your comment. I hope that your customers don't know that you are using their business cards to make your creation ;-)
MindCraft (Create With Your...View Instructable »
Cool pseudo 3D effect!
Very cool project, my cats would love this, they'ld probably kicked all of the books down.
It is a really cool project, really love it.
Introduction to ArtCAM Standard
Very retro, love it!
Looks very cool and seems easy to make.Thank you for sharing.
The Stool SHADOW
Unique design, for sure this is one of the kind.
CAT Led Lamp
Why Not "7"
Awesome design, looks modern and classic as the same time!
The CAT front loader adds the finishing touch.
Very cool project, sitting on top of the tower!
For Ultra Micro, I got it for $5.20/m direct from factory.
I am using Nedar's flex.http://www.nedar.cn/en-us/product/LVLEDStripLight/...Their newest product, Ultra Micro Flex is super small, the size is only 9x16mm, 12V, with and amazing cutting length of 25mm. It is very difficult to find this size with a short cutting length.With such a short cutting length, you can really make a nice and small neon sign. Here are some of my latest ones. The "i" in Tiger and height of "E" in Bottle is 100mm tall.
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Raspberry Pi Class
Very cool project, look forward to seeing your next project.
How to Use Your Linux OS Device As a Monitor of Raspberry Pi
Thank you for your Instructable, I will try it out.
Leap Motion SteamVR Setup - Oculus
Very cool project and well documented Instructable.
Use Your Tablet As Raspberry Pi Screen
I went for the classic look with warm white LED and added a little sprinkle
Thank you, I'm very honored to get a praise from you (awesome maker/all around Mad Genius).
Junior's Time To ShineView Instructable »
Hi,Thank you for your comment.Here are a few more NeonFlex signs. I am making more instructables on other techniques of making NeonFlex signs. I will upload them soon.
It looks so amazing! I thought I was looking a lamp kit from IKEA.
Custom Arcade Fighting Stick Mad Max style
How to Augmented Reality Tutorial: Virtual Buttons
Love it!! a steampunk lamp. Very very well presented.
Steampunked magic uranium light
Thank you for all of your comments. I got a few more easy to do neon signs which I will upload soon.
One word, awesome!! Looks like you really put your heart and soul into the project.
Very cool! Love it. You are an amazing artist.
Steampunk Pistol Prop
Make Love With LED
LED Scissor-Gate Lamp!
Make Love with LEDView Instructable »
Classic Arcade Cabinet
Laser Cutting Class
Raspberry Pi Arcade Game High Score DIsplay for Multiple Locations
Thanks Jon, I was aiming for a 3D looking skullI with sunken eye sockets and nostrals. I will try it again and this time I will extrude the floor of the patterns below the skull up so that the chamfer touches the edge and I will try slicing with PrintStudio to see if I could get a better result.Thanks again for your suggestions.
The print came out a bit rough even on high resolution export to MakerBot Replicator 2. I didn't have any sealing wax so I tested it out on a bar of soap, Looks cool but some soap got stuck in the smaller features as expected.
A bit too ambitious, the details came out a bit too small, wax will probably get stuck in there.
A bit too ambitious, the details came out a bit too small, plastic will probably get stuck in there. I tried it out on a bar of soap still looks cool but bits and pieces of soap got stuck in the smaller details of the design.
3D Printing Class
Universal Laser (model ILS 12.150D) Operation
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