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HMice3 years ago
Tadaa! Here's a thingy that I made. The End.
zelback1 (author)  HMice3 years ago
sweet! Thanks. some people might have been wondering where ive been for the past month and a half. my computer stopped working and I have been trying to get together enough money to get a new one.. This is hard since I am self employed. I design and print T-Shirts. without my computer I cant use my screening machine. I am currently at the library trying to use the computer to catch up on everything I have missed.
HMice zelback13 years ago
Oh, cool. You do t-shirt design? Well, if most of your designing takes place as a printout, rendered on the computer, try this website. It is fantastic for getting your t-shirt designs out there!
zelback1 (author)  HMice3 years ago
Before I had my own silk screener, this was how I started my business. I usually managed to turn a profit, but there would be times when I would print a design and have it delivered only to discover that it wasn't selling as well as I had hoped. Since I had to pay to have them made, I would have literally lost money. So I saved up $8,000 and bought my own screener along with hundreds of blank T-Shirts in various colors. That is how I was able to turn a side business into a full time job. I have signed deals with a few local shops, and a custom print business that I run through my email. Right now I am using Jessica's laptop and my backup thumbdrives to print the designs I have already made, but so far I have had to refund 14 custom orders because they were for events that took place without the shirts. I am beginning to tarnish my outstanding service reputation. Anyways, thanks for trying to help, I am starting to be able to keep my head above water once again.
Sincerely Yours,
zelback1 (author)  HMice3 years ago
Thanks, I will.
zelback1 (author) 3 years ago
Funny thing... Earlier this week I conducted my first test run of a device I have been working on since I first saw "The Avengers". The idea was born from Black Widows electrified fighting gloves. Just imagine the devastating effect of a physical blow that would not just leave a bruise, but also deliver 800,000 volts of electricity to your nervous system! Well, I finally finished my prototype, and with Jessica as my safety guard, I punched a voltage moniter that I had tied to a pole. The good news was that the blow registered at just under 798,000 volts. The bad news was that all that electricity also registered in every muscle in my body as well. Jessica just stood there laughing at me as my mind slowly realized that I was on the floor a full meter away from where I had been a second ago. I only got zapped for .27 seconds, (according to the monitor} You're probably already thinking it, but WHAT A SHOCK!!! And now I am working on fixing the problem. Hopefully I wont get anymore surprises next time!
Please vote for sparten11's Instructable so that he can win the contest and build liads of great things. The Instructable is a blueprint of sorts but looking at his other stuff, you can tell he needs it. Heres a link to the Instructable: http://www.instructables.com/id/CNC-pumpkin-carver/
This is what he said about it: "Ha thanks tell all your followers to go and vote for me too... lol I need all the help i can get. heck tell everyone you know, I am. I need that printer badly. I have just too many inventions to build. warren"
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