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I use A razor knife and a bit of Willpower , Steel belted ones have the good words in the sidewalls , and are easy enough to cut =P you just gotta use a Really really really really sharp knife
Bicycle cart from recycled camp cot
Fun With Crypto
Hiking staff/survival bow
Fun With Crypto Version 2.0
Small Emergency Power System
kestrel smoke: This algorithm does not use case. There is also no punctuation possible. One could perhaps incorporate Asci code into it somehow, but that is not the intent here. This type of algorithm is solely intended to convey short, succinct messages.
Easy Solar Cooker
Okay thanks. I'm thinking about buying an Iamibic key like a Bencher but I don't want to spend $150+. Then I saw your build. I especially like this option that you noted http://www.cwtouchkeyer.com/P3W.htmI'm realizing the cost isn't all tied up in the key. There's also the electronic keyer. I've built a practice oscillator from this design http://nt7s.com/2008/11/nt7s-code-practice-oscillator/ and I'm very happy with the sound. It's very clean. I was able to hook up the practice oscillator to a basic stamp that I have, BUT I'm realizing if I want to merge the iambic key, my practice oscillator AND the basic stamp, I'm going to need the right code. Making the code simply produce "dit" and "dah" is no problem. I'm just wondering how the heck to produce the right sound if both keys are held down at the same time. I'm not super proficient at writing code!Back to the drawing board...or I can simply give in a spend a couple hundred bucks and buy it all and start practicing morse code instead of spinning my wheels! lol!
Hi, thanks for sharing this. With the code, what happens if you touch both right and left paddles at the same time?
All In One Stove
dear mr. doodah (or may i call you zippety?)this is one of the most simple, logical, well-thought-out instructables i've seen in a long time. see the supply sergeant for a cleverness medal and wear it proudly -bp
Make a cane with a built in 'weenie' stick
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