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I actually cannot grow mint in the courtyard... There is some sort of very (VERY) compact dirt with lot of rubble in it (glass, metal, concrete, butts...). The mint hardly grows... in fact, nothing is growing properly. And as it is not my house and as it is shared by several people, I will prefer to put my money and time into smg I can keep for myself for the time of the experiment.After that I will put big pots made with pallets and fill with proper dirt I think!
nope! that was more of a gallery where I put the pics I like most...
and how would you quantify that? Maybe I could help
thanks for the visit! That's definitely a good one... I did not try, art is not really my field!
Well, if you need help before the apocalypse starts, just contact me ;)
Thank you for sharing this magic world!
A bit different one but I had good results in my previous (un-photographed attempt). So I scaled it a bit.. Thanks for the motivation and the idea!http://bastienbonard.org/?p=16241
Thanks buddy =)http://bastienbonard.org/?p=16235
I worked a bit on this model to achieve a slightly better result than ricku425. I cleand/drilled/sanded/greased a bit but I think there should be maybe 1/10 mil of mechanical constraint everywhere so it is easily stuck as it is meant to fit perfectly.But I manage to operate it (a little movement of the wrist) pretty well and one handed, not as nicely done as on your video though...Thanks again for everything!
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you're perfect :)
Thanks a lot!!
Ok, everything is mounted but I have troubles... Lots of friction and two questions:- why my core isn't spinning when firing?- how to put more than 1 rubberband per firing block?I made several pictures for you when it's finished =)
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