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awesome. i made one when i was younger. i always had a hard time finding suitable belt material.
sounds good. it will be a while maybe i should have made an instructible on the restore lol but my first attempt so wele see how it goes first. i love how detailed your instructibles are. i wonder if i got any old junk alarm clocks or pocket radios around with variable inductors in them.. some of the Real cheapo alarm clocks used them till not long ago it seems like. weather those are suitable or not, i dunno.
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Very cool might have to give this a try. i made the goofy lite one a while back and am working on restoring a Bosch 595M mid to late 1930's radio. wele see how that goes lol. im suprised you can still buy all the parts to do this project!.
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Lol i might have to try this be funny to leave at my work desk.
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That's pretty sweet! i love those little CRT's. a few month's back i made a Mini CRT Pong game and its a two player (if you don't mind smashing faces together to try and see the screen) :)
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very cool.. i got some glow in the dark paint and powder from this site some time back http://unitednuclear.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=28_45 they have a lot of other cool items as well.
nice job of re-using electronics. i got a box old laptop power bricks somewhere i might have to give this a whirl. if a guy wanted to he could mount the variable resistor in the case and have a variable power supply. also for those that like to mess with the math the formula is given in the data sheet to figure this out without the variable resistor. just gotta scratch your head a bit more :) so i did the formula given in the datasheet for practice, and replacing the bottom two resistors with one 12K resistor would get you to around 16.5V output.who needs to buy cheap wall wort's when you can convert high quality power bricks to your desired voltages! :)
i came across one of your other videos on you tube for stacking. great and informative videos thanks! :)
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