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and how was the 3D files for you? was it easy to modify for your needs?
it looks great. since you have actually used the ible, did you find anywhere it was difficult to follow, or any mistakes in the instructions?
Thank you so much. Im soon going to study mechanical engineering, so im glad that people can understand my technical english :D
Thank you, and you're welcome
I was not aware of that, but i have checked it out now. Of course the cost of mine is alot higher, since theres way more components, but with mine you get alot more functionality and features. but if you on the other hand just need a cheap one, the one on ebay will work just fine.
i didnt either, when i started work on this instructable, and initially had some trouble figuring out why it didnt work (in an earlier version i didnt make an instructable on), and luckily i found the information in a video.Thank you for your feedback.
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thank you. i also put alot of time into the project and especially the guide.I used PLA for the casing. I recon that you can use ABS, but i have no experience myself with ABS, but as far as im told, it comes down to the printer if its able to print bigger objects in ABS. A printer with a heated chamber and buildplate would probably be able to print it in ABS.
ah, of course. I have already corrected what RobertC2 has mentioned, but the one you have mentioned, I have missed. I will correct it in the morning, and thank you for letting me know.
Ah, of course. Thank you for letting me know, and thank you so much for your feedback. I will correct it in the morning.
Thank you for the feedback. I appreciate it. unfortunately I cannot help you out with the 3D printed parts, as it's not something I do commercially, and I would believe it would be expensive and impractical to ship the parts possibly halfway around the world to your country, as I live in Denmark. but I know of a service called https://www.3dhubs.com/and you should be able to find someone at your local community through that service, that can help you out. otherwise, I would suggest contacting your local hackerspace or makerspace to see if they can help you out.
i have already a version 2.0 in my mind, which will be alot cooler. that will also feature a variable output. I will probably convert one of the 12V lines to a variable source at some point.
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