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that is very cool. But why is it better than a laptop? other than sound blasting abilities. Still I like it. Love the ability to re use old ghetto blaster gear, and use one of those power supply batteries.
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Thanks. I'd wanted to do something decorative with the laminate pieces for a while
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nice job. Great detail in instructions too.
wow. Nice mortise and tenon work. Excellent pictures and instructions too.
I love this idea and wish the instructions on how you made the cantilever were more detailed, because I don't yet understand how it works. Pretty cool though.
Beautiful work. Unfortunately you lost me on how to make the raised panel jig in the instructions, but I'm sure I could figure it out. Looks like a lot of work and well worth it if you have the space.
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Thanks for the comments. I did edit it, and was wondering when first writing whether I should have said that about oxygen. Incidentally I also tried this with a propane tank, and noticed I could let out any remaining gas by simply putting pressure on the valve with something like a small screw driver, much like with a bicycle tire. I had no issues cutting that one either. It had a different tone--a bit lower. I'm thinking of now finding a bunch of old tanks and possibly tuning them to different pitches by figuring out where to cut them, and creating an instrument with scale notes. I noticed a few empties dumped out by the railroad tracks in my neighborhood. Such waste.
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