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I see and I'm glad no offense was taken. Hard to be perfect with a dremel :) I'm a modeler and machinist and know all too well that 'tweaks' have to be made!
I know that the be nice policy and I hope I'm not violating it. Did you mean for the edges to have that chewed look?
Using this technique and some thin film you will end up with an awesome kite!I made one. 4ft tall, I forget how many cells. I made it with clear straws and clear cheap (thin) trash bags. It was fun when someone walked up, looked up and wondered 'where is that string going?' One filmed with space blankets and lit with LEDs could be cool.
I know I'm missing something here but "zero tolerance"? That doesn't make sense to me. Are they just called that even though it's impossible?
Very good and thought provoking. Your's is done and you will see...How about, like your method of attaching the top, you made short versions for thefeet, epoxy them in? A short piece of rod and a nut, make it look like it's bolted to the floor! Follow me?
If I may make a suggestion, the pin is given short shift. Did you peen it at all? Simply sand it down? I know how I would do it but I read these instructables to see how others do it. I might learn a thing or two.Other than that it is a great! I especially appreciate, the annealing, heat treatment and tempering. So many get the terms wrong.
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