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as well as using different electrolyte's,and anyone else interested in this project these are known as Voltiac Pile's.
lol now i have two of these identical led cube kits to build. i ordered one a few months back and haven't had the time to put it together yet. also found that same hack at the same time i ordered it albiet though more blog posts searches.
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pretty cool i might have to give something like this a whirl, got a handful of 7400 series logic chips kicking around.. recently i made a 4 bit adder with 120v AC relays. consisting of one half adder and 3 full adders. if i remember right, for my full adders i used 2 XOR gates, 3 and gates feeding into a tri-input OR gate.
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great job looks fantastic, gotta love Mr. Carlson's Lab :)
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pretty nifty project. not sure if i have a use for one. but have plenty of microwave transformers kicking around so maybe someday. :) and no joke about the being careful about not damaging the winding's. i tried to make an isolation transformer out of two microwave transformers, put both primary's into one core but must have damaged the winding's. with no load attached to the secondary it was pulling 11.4 amps on the line side.... ooops! :(
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if you weld the aluminum base to an object most likely it would. on the face of the transducer is a threaded hole in the center. this is meant to thread the transducer onto an object. they generally come with little studs that are the correct thread. weld the stud onto a stainless pot or whatever then thread the transducer onto the stud.
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awesome job. i made some out of stripped copper wire when i was younger. even that softer metal was a tedious pain in the butt.. and blister inducing! lol and definatly time consuming
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sorry for the late reply i don't check the email account associated with this very often so miss notifications. the "giant" breeds typically have larger bones and slower growing. the most common meat rabbits are Californians and New Zealands. or a cross of the two.. weight to bone ration is good and fairly fast to get up to weight. there are other verietys people try but i dont know much about those.
YW i think i will be trying to make my own power supply soon. tried making an isolation transformer out of two primary's from microwave transformers slapped into one of the E-cores. but must have damaged something in the process. blowing a 4 amp fuse on the primary with 20 watt load, and NO load on the secondary... hmmm... :(
the keyboards older then dirt Logitech. (full of dirt too). after using it a few times since making it, ive decided coat hanger wire was a bad choice, a bit too stiff to work with easily.. next time bailing wire like you did would be better. or thick copper solid core wire even.
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nah that thing is totally infundibuliform.
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nice idea, wish i had a 3d printer! also like the power supply built into the desk :)
just slapped one together. quick easy and cheap if you already have the parts laying around :)
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awesome. i made one when i was younger. i always had a hard time finding suitable belt material.
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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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