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are you running this via python or python3 ? the message you get means the python is unable to find the correct library - which should be served with python3 already.
Hey, do you have an old or new button? Check this post out - it should help you:http://www.notenoughtech.com/raspberry-pi/new-amazon-dash-buttons/
Probably the cheapest option. I got a laptop now so I'm no longer feel that limited. The only thing I'm consider adding is a stationary charging cable for the laptop so I could have one on the go and one already waiting. Thanks!
I'll update this on the 31st with more details. The support purely depends on the size of the desk. In my project, I have used a spare leg I had knocking about:) and some eggboard side of my old desk. Depending on how much mdf/wood you will use, you should have some leftovers to work with. I made a T shaped support, which is screwed in together (from the top) and then screwed into the desk from the bottom. This way there is no screws on top of my desk. Then the support was trimmed so I could slide in my chair. I only needed one, and it is central based.
Thank you Scarlet :)
I had no previous experience with plywood before so I wasn't sure how thick it should be to prevent it from bending. Once sealed the MDF shouldnt be that much of the issue.
I hate wires! The only disadvantage is - No longer can take my PC downstair unless I'm happy to commit some time to re-doing the wires.
My advice is not to go too thick. I had a 90cm depth desk before, and it was taking a lot of space. After the change, I have twice as much work space, while it feels more spacious in my tiny office. I often work at the thinnest parts of the desk without feeling cramped (of course depends on what you do)
oh yes! what varnish would you recommend to seal it? I'm considering buying a nice vinyl finish once surface is primed
I was limited at first. things got so much easier once I got the router! I have got the chisels later to do the 90 degrees angles. but your idea would help those with the drill only. thanks!
yeah shelves and drawers could be an awesome add-on. I never thought of it as I have a massive one that covers the right side of my office. ;)
thank you ;)
Oh very practical! :)
thanks. updated ;)
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In theory, you could leave it for a very long time to let it dry, The paint has to loose all humidity to become fully waterproof and this is why heat treatment is best. Another way of painting that would work (bright tshirts only) is to get your picture underneath the shirt and highlight it using a strong light. But for this process whatever works for people.. works best :)
Thanks, I was looking for a way to mount mine on the wall, I might steal this concept :)_
As promised, I have sent the PM today with the 3 - month PRO membership :) Thanks for the voting and following.
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The design can be as difficult as you will make it and the more time you spend on stencil the easier it gets to paint. I wouldn't get discouraged over that :). Application of paint is best with brush though due to very paint hungry surface of the tshirt. You get better edge control.
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Excellent to hear that- give me a shout if you need any help. Link the results - I'll be happy to see it!
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