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i have the same pasta machine as yours and made pasta so many timesi have try you gluten free pasta recipe for my sisteri have just about every tools (kitchen equipment i call it ) there is made and always making something different,very rare do i buy any food at the store,they have too much junk added to it,like my own spaghetti sauce ,or ketchup
very nice instructable ,i design and build robots have well over 280 robots ,i guess now 281 or so with this one ,only the main control unit is going to changei have two 3D printers so printing the parts for me is easy
the design looks like WowWee roboquad witch i have 6 of,but will the top head
his more professional design and looks more sturdy
can easy add foam to cut the noise (dynomat )
going to make it for my sister,since she cant take milk products and on a gulten free diet,even i may like it,since bake and cook a lot and love everything
can you post the 3d files
forget about the sound output ,i forgot the raspberry p3 has a sound output
looking to make your design ,since dont want to take apart my echo dot for my robot projecton the usb mike adapter using a external sound adapter with with mike and sound out,main reason need to make speaker to mike interface (robot is talking to it)on the sound output have any code to make it work like the echo dot
besides building robots thats one of the uses i am using the echo dot is for cooking.its one of main hobbies and have also have every gadget made for the kitchenon the laser machine i have 2 3d printers and looking to make a speaker box from it
its not as powerful,plus you need the usb ports witch is another item to buy plus more,so you will be spending more then the raspberry pi 2
i see the raspberry is $39.99 plus shipping plus all the parts be well over $50not including the amp board ,using the amazon echo dot with amp and parts to go with looks a lot cheaper
does that include the plastics and a way to have the cut or sent outmy source i use for my robot projects is www.mcmaster.com
it looks great only it takes a lot of room plus a large wall with screenbut might at using your design for a smaller sizeone reason i like my very large flat screen 70 " very high resolution and pictureits hard to tell from photos what your look like unless try and make it or go to your housei have been to china few times great country
i would also like the best price for a acrylic laser cutting machine too
cant find the core2 board ,do you have a stock or model #or linki do have also 2 3d printers
is the lock plastic if is can easy break in,plus lock on outside the strike also easy brokencircuit looks good,but i would use a magnet strike they are very cheap on amazon under $20thats what i have on mine
here is the one i havehttps://www.amazon.com/BephaMart-Electric-Narrow-type-Electronic-Control/dp/B01IX7T0EI/ref=sr_1_5?s=hi&ie=UTF8&qid=1474988414&sr=1-5&keywords=electric+strike ,also you need for arduino is a mosfet driver circuit and a doorbell or 12 source and use his circuit with a few mods ,IOT might be the future
i design and redesign robots and have over 263 robotsand look at that board its not great for robots for many reasons ,mostly need very fast speedbut looks ok i guess for IOT designs
great project but hope to see the smaller board a lot cheaper,i see its $90 ,plus if use the wifi esp8266 looking at over $150 in electronics
already made it didnt need instructables or manuali design and build robots and its a good strong tank chassis,and going to make changes like motor with encoder and btter tank drive system
i see wild planet has all the software and manuals and morehttps://figshare.com/articles/Wild_Planet_Spy_Video_TRAKR_Software_and_Documentation_Archive/928249
Great job DJ I have the AR parrot drone and looking forward to build it
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