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Hehe! just commented on your previous version. Nice improvement on a nice design.
"The Solar Baby" Solar Oven, cooker.
Nicely done. I have been putting off trying one of these. I think you gave me the motivation I needed. I like the use of the roller grill suspended inside. Good job!
Great job! I am inspired for Halloween. I need a couple of these fun helmets for my sons to wear to their school. Nice Instructable. Thanks for adding links to the sources. Very handy.
Looks great! I don't think my wife will let me hang one in our living room. :) Great job.
Project looks great! Keep up the good work. What is that amazing place the photos are taken in?
A quick update. If you haven't heard Amazon has added a couple of follow up products to the Echo Alexa. One is the Dot which I just received. First impressions are great! Dot is basically Echo Alexa without a speaker. The Dot relies on a bluetooth or other speaker you already possess. It cuts down on the price, is actually quite small but still has all the features of the original Echo. Set up was super easy.The excitment for me is Amazon Tap. It is a portable wireless Echo Alexa you can take anywhere that has wifi. This opens up a lot of potential for robotics applications. I am hopefully going to dig into this one a bit more in the near future. Any comments or suggestions would be appreciated.
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