I am a high school drafting and engineering teacher. I have been given a ScorBot III robot (cool) without software. So if anyone knows where I can get my hands on it let me know. If is cheap!
Question by gandyo | last reply
HelloI would like to use the CFSound III http://is.gd/2IDt (so can record own sound) but activated by a wireless switch on a door for when it opens. They don't make one.We be grateful for either online store for purchase or instructions for making/hackingbestm
Topic by greenface2222
I have recently been creating a tower defense map with the warcraft world editor and I am just starting to make all the waves. My map is a Solo TD where the creeps move through multiple checkpoints. The problem I'm having is that if a creep manages to step into a region that he is supposed to later on (if someone mazes and makes it so they have to go through the last region before the first) then the creep dies. I was wondering if there is a way to make it so they HAVE to enter the first regions before the others apply to them. There is a way to do it with variables but that way is going to take me FOREVER. I was wondering if there is a faster way than just creating a load of variables so when a unit walks into a region it records it and after a certain number the next region is activated. That way also has a few flaws that would be difficult to maneuver around. Thanks in advance! The red words in the picture say "makes them go that way". It did't show up as well in JPEG form.
Question by noobererer | last reply
Got a really old Palm III and Palm VIIx. The Palm VIIx has wireless capability, but the network was shutdown in 2004. As far as I know it should be able to connect to wifi, but can't for some reason. Anyway, anyone have any ideas for these besides as paperweights? I would really like to use them for something. I can't really use them for data storage since I only have around 8MB of room, but I heard something about linux for them?? The IR function could be useful for something too I suppose. Any ideas would be appreciated! Thanks!
Question by transistorguy | last reply
Alright, since my orangeboard has decided to revolt against me posting pictures on it I will post them here. Unlike the Springbreaker, this gun is fully functional and working perfectly. The Competitor Rival III is an Adaptive Magazine Rifle meaning you can shoot more types of ammunition with one gun. I made it so magazine well is adjustible so it can shoot sizes ranged from gray connectors to yellow rods. I have pictures here of it's blue rod magazine and it's yellow rod magazine. Why do I have pictures here you may ask. Well, I haven't built a rifle since, hmmmm....., Springbreaker? Anyway I want to know what you think of it and if it really does look as good as I think it does. Also how to take better take pictures of it (I'm so use to making handguns and submachine gun sized guns!). What angles should I try, so it shows off the most detail because as you can see it was kinda hard. Anyway thanks for looking and commenting, this will be posted in the contest with Competitor III so good luck! JonnyBGood ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ V2 Pics Posted after the guy and ball gif
Topic by JonnyBGood | last reply
Below is a link to Jameco's latest Forrest M. Mims III electronic's puzzler: can anyone figure it out without cheating? The link provides more detail. plus some hints....JAMECO PUZZLER 2 - What's the Missing Component?
Topic by Goodhart | last reply
Ok my whammy bar recently broke meaning it would'nt spring back. the way I fixed it was I glued a spring on the inside of the whammy bars flat part on the inside and glued the other end of that spring to the back of the inside and it worked quite well.
Topic by the_burrito_master
I have a Samsung Galaxy S III cell phone with the original battery. It does not last near as long as i want it to. I can buy a better battery pack... but why? I found this ad for batteries. Why not hook them in parrallel and have a decent, log lasting backup? I just need some instructions before I trash a perfectly good smart phone.... Product Description: Brand new and high quality. Standard voltage is 3.7V, the voltage of full charge & empty condition is 4.2v & 2.5v respectively Particularly suitable for flashlight, electric tools, electric bicycles, electric vehicles Capacity: 5000mAh Voltage: 3.7V Material: Li-ion Dimension: 65 mm (H)x 26 mm (Dia) Package Includes: 2 X 26650 3.7V 5000mah Battery I already have a charger for these batteries.
Topic by GrumpyOldGoat | last reply
Question by jhvh.one | last reply
I need to wirelessly video a seance in low light and remotely view what the camera captures as it is happening. Web cam? GoPro? Android Galaxy III? How could I view the digital video remotely? Laptop? Another phone? Thanks for ideas. Ourladyofquacamole
Topic by ourladyofguacamole | last reply
Here are some parts I would like to sell on eBay: 2 AMD Athalon 64 X2 Processors 2 1GB DDR2 RAM Chips 1 Intel Mobile Pentium III Processor 1 Cartridge Type Intel Pentium III Processor 12 Various Old Working RAM Could you guys give me a good selling price for one of each item? The last item you can just give me a price for all 12. Thanks! -Shadow Ops P.S. If you are interested in any of these items, PM me and I'll give you a link to eBay, once I've posted it.
Question by Arbitror | last reply
I have had GTA IV for a while now, but now my twerp of a little brother decided to "borrow" the disk without me asking! When he returned it he said he had dropped it and there is now a massive scratch down the middle and it no longer functions! I still have all the files on my laptop, but is there any way to make the game run without the disk? (Like a patch or something) I know this exists for III, San Andreas and Vice City as my friend has them, but I'm not sure about IV. Please help!!!
Question by Lowney | last reply
Does anyone know if it's possible to swap out a GPS chipset with a different one? I have a broken GPS with a SirfstarIII chipset, and I also have a Pharos iGPS-360. The Pharos uses a sirfstarII chipset, which really blows. So is it possible to swap out the SiftstarII with the Sirfstar III?
Topic by LuckyTripleSeven | last reply
What if one movie intro was reimagined in the style of another artist? In this case it's the style of the late great Saul Bass who did many amazing title sequences like Vertigo or The Man with the Golden Arm.This is cooler than Episodes I, II, and III combined.via Drawn! And then there's the deluxe remix version as well.
Topic by fungus amungus | last reply
I dont have photoshop and im kind of freaked to download off the internet for fear of slowing my computer even more than it already is (im running windows 98). all i have of a graphic application is the corel programs. anyways, i was just wondering if i could use the same methods of converting a picture into a stencil as on photoshop or GIMP. any experience on this would help.
Topic by Mad Anthony Wayne III | last reply
I have read most instructables but I was not able to find sodium bisulphate, sodium metabisulphate etc. I check the web and find that Iron(ii)Sulphate -->(Heat) Iron(iii) oxide + sulphur dioxide + sulphur trioxide Can I dissolbe the sulphur dioxide and trioxide into water and form sulphuric acid? I have make a diagram, have a look!
Question by cyberpig | last reply
The available adapters are 240vac to : (i) 5V/1000mA DC, (ii) 9V/1A DC, (iii) 15V/1A DC, (iv) 3.7V/350mA DC, (v) 3.11V/850mA DC, 5V/700mADC, Please give me the details of circuits, how many while LEDs can be used and specigfications of resistors to be used, if any. Thank you.
Question by arulamudhu | last reply
I have two processors from junk comps and one is a AMD-K6-2/400AFQ, and one is a AMD-K6-2/350AFR. What's the difference between these two processors. I also have a Pentium III SL52P, is this processor better than the two? I currently run with AMD, and have had good experience with them, but it doesn't really matter to me what brand it is.
Question by Hoboman | last reply
This is a hopper fed assault rifle prototype that has knex gun builder's 90 trigger and hopper system. But It also features my Creeping Death handle. It has decent range with on band, like 35 ft and it gets a good ROF. Sorry for only one picture. Links to the future prototypes/ versions: AR-8 Prototype I AR-12 Prototype II AR-18 Prototype III AR-20 Prototype IV
Topic by beanieostrich | last reply
links: http://www.everbuying.com/UltraFire-WF-501B-SSC-P7-CSXO-3-Mode-900-Lumen-Memory-LED-Flashlight-with-Strap-p-24295.html http://www.everbuying.com/Fenix-TK12-HA-III-Cree-Q5-2-Mode-280-Lumen-LED-Flashlight-Set-p-27782.html http://www.everbuying.com/200mW-532nm-Adjustable-Green-Laser-Pointer-p-22062.html http://www.everbuying.com/30mW-532nm-Blue-Beam-Laser-Pointer-p-27799.html
Question by stella1740 | last reply
Contact me if you are interested in any of the rigs listed. Amps and Repeaters , Icom IC-PW1 Linear amplifier, HF+6m 1kW solid-state Kenwood TS 2000 Kenwood TS 990s Elecraft K3 Elecraft KX-3 FlexRadio 5000a FlexRadio 6300 Icom IC 7800 Icom IC 756 Pro III Icom IC 7000 Acom 2000a Icom PW-1 Email :firstname.lastname@example.org Pictures and price available on request. (73)
Topic by BECKONX | last reply
A few years ago I got my first x-acto knife. Of course, me being 12 years old I started cutting without thinking of consequences. Now My desk is all scratched up... There are also some Ferric chloride stains on the desk and I may have spilled some superglue on it, too. My desk is made of wood and has a shiny white layer over it, picture's down there Now here is my question: Is it possible to remove the scratches? By painting it or putting a layer of x over it? If not, how can I get the scratches to be less noticable? And how do I remove superglue and Fe(III)Cl stains?
Question by dunnos | last reply
Hey everyone, as you may or may not know, I've made the only homemade and documented cotton candy machine on the entire webbernets. Now, I'm back, WITH A VENGEANCE..... kind of... I'm looking for a place where I can get a cheap 6" round bar of 4.5-5" diameter aluminum, for Cotton Candy Machine: Mark III (The prototype was Mark I) I'm also looking for one of those cruddy 30 second cotton candy makers that you used to see on the T.V. ads all the time. I really need a better solution for the heating element problem. ANY help/aid is greatly appreciated!! Yours Truly, -The Muffinator
Topic by T3h_Muffinator | last reply
So I want to know what guns to make, (not ones built before) but I'm low on ideas. I know that there have been topics like this before, but instead of this being for just me, if you have an idea I'll put it in a list here. Anyone can build any of them, (duh you could anyways) and if you make a gun on the list, I'll put a link to it. This way there is 1 topic, not 50. So what should people build? List: *scorpion evo III *Beam Rifle from Halo *MG-42 *M60E4 *M249SAW *870 Tactical *SP10 *Neostead 2000 *Agram 2000 *Spas 12 *AKS74U --------------------- Slideshow: https://www.instructables.com/id/AKS-74U/ *Famas *Sterling l2A3 *FN FAL *Mini 14
Topic by shadowninja31 | last reply
What is a Dell Poweredge Is it a desktop? Can it run servers like minecraft? Can you Play Games like minecraft on it? Can it be plugged into a monitor/keyboard/mouse. does it work for everday use? Can you record/edit videos? is this item Bad? Heres an example of what im looking at : http://www.ebay.com/itm/Dell-PowerEdge-2950-III-Server-2x3-0GHz-E5450-Quad-Core-32GB-PERC6i-RAILS-BEZEL-/171651374547?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash;=item27f7381dd3 Can you add google chrome to this? (my guess is no for all the questions i just asked but i still wanted to ask them cause i dont know much about computers) Main question tho: can it run a minecraft server
Question by TheUniTorn | last reply
I do some work with the FIRST Robotics kids and it is amazing to see what they are doing. Big problem though seems to be a general lack of electrical test equipment. They don't really have the money to buy oscilloscopes, function generators, CAN and I2C analyzers. So I got one of the M3 Discovery boards from STmicro and it is really cool. It has four 5MS A/Ds on it plus a whole host of other features(CAN, I2C, Serial etc.). http://www.st.com/web/en/catalog/tools/PF254044 So it got me thinking. Why couldn't we turn one of these chips into an "All-In-One" electrical toolkit and keep it cheap($50-$60, BOM ~$20). It would be fairly easy to turnkey. I threw together some simple specs, what do people think. 1) Will supply general use drivers so a user can use the app or write their own. 2) Oscilloscope a. Two Channel i. 2MHZ of Analog Bandwidth per channel ii. 10MS/s per channel iii. Trigger on rising edge, falling edge, on-command, run-stop actions iv. Datalogging for extended time periods at up to 10hz per channel (data stored directly to console), maybe higher rate will just have to see 3) Serial – 2 Ports a. Multi selectable protocol w/slew control i. RS232, RS422, RS485 4) CANBus – 1 port 5) I2C – 1 port 6) SPI - 1 port 7) 8 Discrete User Selectable 8) Function Generator a. Two Channel i. 1MS/s small signal change ii. 250kS/s full range change iii. 0-3.3VDC buffered output 9) PWM - 4 Channels
Topic by ase4542 | last reply
How do i make an ironman gauntlet that has a smooth finish and isn't bulky? Just like the one in the movie. Also, I want to make the full suit but I need to know how to make it look real with a smooth paint finish where to puchase the items and around how much it will cost. FULL ARMOR: SHOES TO THE HELMET. I have been searching the web but they never tell you where to buy them or exactly what to do. Please help ASAP thank you. PS also want repulsors, arc reactor, and eyes, but still need to be able to see through. Finished product should be similar to picture below.
Question by allenan123 | last reply
I am building a Sig Tiger rubber band-powered model. I know it's wimpy, but I don't have a budget for anything larger, or a place to fly it. My question is if anyone has experience with model airplane covering. Specifically, I read an article in an old RC Modeler magazine that said plastic wrap, attached with a glue stick, made excellent covering for light models, but that Monokote and Ultrakote will crush light balsa models when it shrinks. Has anyone ever tried this? I'm supposed to use tissue, according to the plans, but ew.Also, I have an ancient U-Control Waco SRE biplane that my uncle built when he was deployed to Korea. It has an old O.S. Max III 35 that has no hope of running again, but I want to at least recover it. Any suggestions for removing old covering? It seems to be Monokote-type stuff.
Topic by CameronSS | last reply
I am using micro controller in a project that has a set of functions (API) that can be used for a plethora of things.. (just up to you to program it that way) LOLIt has a PWM control... which i am trying to use to FADE in (and out eventually) a high powered LED (LUX III to be specific).. the problem I having is that at a certain point (say at 50-60%) of full brightness I see a VISUAL jump in brightness.. Im trying to get it to be smooth the whole way through to 100%more or less the code is like:PWM = PWM+2which I then wait 10 mSecs and loop it again...I have tried to put in some conditional checking to check to see if the current level of PWM is at a certain threshold..and then only loop it again after a longer delay (say 300mSecs) or something..I tried to search.. ut Im not sure on how to get a CONSISTANTLY smooth fade...ot smooth to say 50-60%..then a visual jump in brightness and then smooth to 100%..any ideas or links on the subject are appreciated.Thanks
Topic by xl97 | last reply
The good folks at Wicked Lasers unveiled their latest handheld high power laser: the Spider III Pro Arctic packs a blistering 445nm, blue, 1W beam that can SET YOU ON FIYAH for a mere $197.97. Wait wasn't the last one like 2 grand? Yup. Go check it out yourself, the website is loading slowly, presumably trampled under cyber foot as loads of people go to drool and purchase theirs. I'll wait. ... Yeah, it is real. Yeah, I want one too. Lasting 2 hours on a single charge, and sporting a scifilicous anodized aircraft aluminum body, this beauty packs quite a punch, apparently it is capable of setting bare flesh on fire almost instantly. Ouch. Now I REALLY want one. Who needs a gun when the tactical laser will make any offender scream and run away?
Topic by KentsOkay | last reply
I have Guitar Hero III for playstation2 and I don't want to get rock band. I know the Rock Band drums don't work for guitar hero. Maybe i could take apart a Guitar hero controller and make it into a drum set. I want it to be able to wammy and use star power (maybe pedals or something). and i want to be able to press 3 buttons at the same time (another pedal?). I also want to be able to hit it repeatedly to hold a note (like in rock band). I guess it should "strum" automatically when i hit a note. I don't have any idea on how to make it, but i know it's possible, and that there is a simple way of doing it. it doesn't have to look nice. it should just work. Anyway, I hope someone could help me out and make an Instructable or a youtube video or something. I'm sure many others would love to do it. thanks, schetleft
Topic by schetleft | last reply
I’m a university student in marketing currently working on a school project. I am required to do some research on social media and I was hoping I’d be able to talk to someone who is involved in your website’s digital publishing or audience engagement. Maybe a site manager or product manager would be wonderful. I have chosen the “Do It Yourself” industry, because it is of great interest to me and your website has caught my eye. I’d really appreciate any feedback you can offer me to help me proceed with my research and a phone conversation would be even better. It would only take 5 minutes of your time to answer 5 of my simple questions. If you are unable to contact me, please see the following questions below, and you may reply the answers to me via email at [email@example.com]. If you would like me to call you instead, I’d be more than happy to, just as long as you provide me with your number. I will provide my number if you want that too. 1) Would you say that your company has an established social strategy? 2) Do you believe that keeping consumers engaged on your site is beneficial? 3) How is your company’s social strategy measured? 4) Do you currently have commenting tools for the content your site generates? a. If yes i. Who are you currently using? ii. Are you happy with the level of engagement being delivered? iii. What is best part of the service being provided? iv. Does your current provider offer analytics? v. Are you using any other social media analytic tools? vi. What is the one feature that you believe is missing with the current offering? vii. What price range is your current service in – set range? b. If No i. Are you aware that there are platforms that allow you to generate comments from content that you create greater engagement? ii. Would capturing data from those who visit and interact with your site be beneficial to your organization? iii. Would your organization value real time analytics and commentary from your content consumers? 5) Thank you for taking the time to answer my survey. Would you like someone to contact you regarding potential social engagement solutions? If so, may I have your contact information, such as your name and phone number.
Topic by falsabag | last reply
Well this is my second post and I am a bit more learned in the ways of LED circuits from many of your posts.Objective: Create a high light output LED array that will peak at around 16,000K for growing coral for reef aquariums.Primary strategy: connect 10 or more Luxeon III stars in seriesPreferred requirements: Energy efficient, Low Heat emittance, Needs to peak out at the appropriate spectrum for the coral ( I have that covered just by changing the ratio of cool whites to royal blue Luxeon III's)At the moment I a just going for a simple on/off, later i would like to employ a form of automated dimming so that it fades on and off so there is not such a sharp on off with the LED's. So far I have a circuit that i plan on modeling my LED array after since it was readily available for me to dissect. The following is an LED array. I know that there is a diode rectifier bridge built in there and a smoothing capasitor but there are to components i do not recognize they are connected at the positive and negative ends of the circuit. One is the Yellow (doohickey with part # 684j 250) component attached to the positive lead and the other is a clear (fuse/resistor hybrid) component next to the resistor on the board.https://www.instructables.com/files/deriv/FGX/D7E2/FBQ33XYA/FGXD7E2FBQ33XYA.MEDIUM.jpghttps://www.instructables.com/files/deriv/FGX/D7E2/FBQ33XYA/FGXD7E2FBQ33XYA.MEDIUM.jpgI was able to draw the circuit and it seems pretty straight forward but I just need to know if I will be able to spec the appropriate components to operate 10 leds in series (Each LED operates with a Vf=3.9 V and I= 1000mA ) they will need a supply of more then 40V DC.Any help or dialogue I can get the more the better and the more I will learnIn addition I looked at Dan's high power constant current but not sure how well it would operate under the conditions that I have specifiedPrimary LED's in use for the Reef light: (note all are stars)LED part # Color Type Vf Amps LuxLXHL-LW3C cool white Lambertian 3.9 1000mA 80lumensLXHL-LR3C Royal blue Lambertian 3.9 1000mA 445mWLumensLXHL-MW1D cool white " " 3.42 350 mA 45 LumensLXHL-MRRD Royal Blue "" "" 3.42 350 mA 220 mWLumensThere was little to no difference between the 700 mA series and the 1000mA series so I did not list themI look forward to all your helpTom
Topic by Aquatope
Well this is my second post and I am a bit more learned in the ways of LED circuits from many of your posts. Objective: Create a high light output LED array that will peak at around 16,000K for growing coral for reef aquariums.Primary strategy: connect 10 or more Luxeon III stars in seriesPreferred requirements: Energy efficient, Low Heat emittance, Needs to peak out at the appropriate spectrum for the coral ( I have that covered just by changing the ratio of cool whites to royal blue Luxeon III's)At the moment I a just going for a simple on/off, later i would like to employ a form of automated dimming so that it fades on and off so there is not such a sharp on off with the LED's. So far I have a circuit that i plan on modeling my LED array after since it was readily available for me to dissect. The following is an LED array. I know that there is a diode rectifier bridge built in there and a smoothing capasitor but there are to components i do not recognize they are connected at the positive and negative ends of the circuit. One is the Yellow (doohickey with part # 684j 250) component attached to the positive lead and the other is a clear (fuse/resistor hybrid) component next to the resistor on the board.https://www.instructables.com/files/deriv/FGX/D7E2/FBQ33XYA/FGXD7E2FBQ33XYA.MEDIUM.jpghttps://www.instructables.com/files/deriv/FGX/D7E2/FBQ33XYA/FGXD7E2FBQ33XYA.MEDIUM.jpgI was able to draw the circuit and it seems pretty straight forward but I just need to know if I will be able to spec the appropriate components to operate 10 leds in series (Each LED operates with a Vf=3.9 V and I= 1000mA ) they will need a supply of more then 40V DC.Any help or dialogue I can get the more the better and the more I will learn In addition I looked at Dan's high power constant current but not sure how well it would operate under the conditions that I have specifiedPrimary LED's in use for the Reef light: (note all are stars)LED part # Color Type Vf Amps Lux LXHL-LW3C cool white Lambertian 3.9 1000mA 80lumensLXHL-LR3C Royal blue Lambertian 3.9 1000mA 445mWLumensLXHL-MW1D cool white " " 3.42 350 mA 45 LumensLXHL-MRRD Royal Blue "" "" 3.42 350 mA 220 mWLumensThere was little to no difference between the 700 mA series and the 1000mA series so I did not list themI look forward to all your helpTom
Topic by Aquatope | last reply
I've been toying with the idea of building a device incorporating several different devices, within one box - as small as can be practicably built. Devices that I'm hoping to have installed are:- (i) super bright led flashlight/torch (ii) mono/stereo audio amp and speakers - 3.5mm input/output (iii) built in re-chargeable battery (?V), with USB charge facility, wind-handle dynamo +(possible small solar cell?) - easy swapout to normal battery. (iv) radio - FM/MW - anntena input needed (v) emergency cell/mobile phone charger - USB to micro USB (vi) internal USB type swappable memory, possibly with inbuilt MP3 support, linked to amp/speakers (vii) clock/timer/temp guage (viii) ANYthing else that can be built into a small unit! has anyone else tried this kind of project? I have some (very rusty) electrical skills :) and would like to give this a try - but if anyone has done this kind of thing before, schematics and pics would be of great interest to me. thanks in advance guys! turboelf
Question by Turboelf | last reply
So I know I need to better insulate my attic for the coming winter but, money is tight and the to-do list is growing so I began thinking of alternative or DIY materials to do the job. I know Cellulose insulation is shredded newsprint treated with chemicals to make it mold and creature resistant, and on a small scale maybe that process could be a fun experiment, but not for 1000 sq ft. My next thought (and current favorite) is to acquire styrofoam packing material (box inserts, packing peanuts, un-used food and drink containers) and mill them up to about the in to some uniform size. Then get some cheap plastic bag/ tube material and fill strips with a couple of inches of styrofoam. Then the blanket oâ foam could just be laid out over the existing insulation in the attic. Now, before I start this endeavor I thought I would check with the instuctable think tank to figure out: A) any better ideas 2) what R rating a 3 inch loose fill blanket of styrofoam and plastic would have III) Is this a terrible idea due to moisture being trapped under the plastic Also in a previous forum someone suggested re-routing their dryer vent to the attic and I was wondering if anyone had tried that and/or anyoneâs thoughts on that. -Odo
Topic by Odovacer | last reply
Hi and thank you for all the fine work! Special thanks to the editors for compiling the cool ebooks :) I have downloaded numerous Instructable as PDF files, always without a glitch. Recently, I looked at some eBooks and found the compilations very good. Two eBooks that I would have liked to download throw errors: 1. Operating system:Windows 7 64-bit 2. Chrome Browser: Version 24.0.1312.57 m 3. Project/URL: a.) https://www.instructables.com/id/Easy-Vegetarian-Recipes/?download=ebook b.) https://www.instructables.com/id/Easy-Quick-Breads/?download=ebook 4.No screenshot - resulting page content.: a.) This XML file does not appear to have any style information associated with it. The document tree is shown below. AccessDenied Access Denied 6254A05C0777B436 O/setqLTWKKvZVplJMwnfaqSpUqhchTU06ttOHP1mzrb0RopsajeqbR/u+zsfZE7 b.) This XML file does not appear to have any style information associated with it. The document tree is shown below. AccessDenied Access Denied CA673B4FBAC7A61B 48q8psW2mtxDZ8R4QOIflEAZroqW9KIGZ/NwwyE4amGp8lqGz5z+dz6zLv/ce3wo 5. steps to reproduce: i.) navigate to https://www.instructables.com/id/Easy-Vegetarian-Recipes/?download=ebook ii.) click on "Download PDF" (save as does not do anything) iii.) navigate to https://www.instructables.com/id/Easy-Quick-Breads/?download=ebook iv.) click on "Download PDF" (save as does not do anything) Perhaps these eBooks have been "pulled", perhaps it's me, but I did download other ebooks prior to and after these errors in the same session. Warm regards The Mase
Topic by TheManse | last reply
I - INTRO Hi everyone! My name's Tom Deslivres, and my wife and I recently moved from France to the Midwest, in the Kansas City area. We've been able to meet makers, hackers and crafters from all over the area and thought I'd turn to my favorite online makers community to try and meet even more of you creative people out there on Instructables. I'm also going to put down here the info for spaces that are publicly accessible, as well as local news and resources. It'll be a central hub for myself, as well as you if you need it! And of course, if you spot something I haven't listed here, let me know so I can update this topic. II - KANSAS CITY AREA MAKER- AND HACKERSPACES CCCKC https://www.c3kc.org/ Address: 11224 Holmes Rd. Suite 115, Kansas City, MO 64131 (inside DeVry University) Open house: Friday evenings HAMMERSPACE http://hammerspacehobby.com/ Address: 440 E 63rd St, Kansas City, MO 64110 Open house: Thursday evenings, 6PM to 9PM BLACK & VEACH MAKERSPACE [OPENS EARLY FEB. 2016] http://www.jocolibrary.org/makerspace Address: 9875 W 87th Street, Overland Park, KS (inside Central Resouce Library) Access: Freely accessible during Central Resource Library opening hours SCIENCE CITY MAKER STUDIO http://www.unionstation.org/sciencecity/attractions/maker-studio Address: 30 West Pershing Road, Kansas City, MO 64108 Open house: Tuesday evenings III - LATEST NEWS [COMING SOON] IV - RESOURCES [COMING SOON] V - [Reserved]
Topic by thirtythreedown
I am in the process of redesigning a LED reef light using Luxeon III White and Royal Blue. These will let my coral grow the best. The biology of it I have down to a science... My circuitry however is still in its infancy. I have been following several of the instructables but i am at a point where I need some help... I can kind of get to the simple on off in my schematics (given I do not know what my power supply is yet) but as I read in Circuits-for-using-High-Power-LED , I now see that it can be a little more complicated if I want to preserve these slightly costly lights... So that leads to many questions from which most I might be able to get from the 12 books on electronics I purchased and borrowed, but something tells me that experienced people might have more practical solutions for me. What is needed to operate a 24 led array (Luxeon 3, Vf = 3.9V, 1000mA Each LED) from 115VAC to the DC? Now for a topic that I am having trouble with finding information to, back in the day I had an electronic ballast for a metal halide reef light that would fade on to full output over the course of 2 hours and would dim the same when turning off. this ballast had to cords on to supply constant power( i would assume) and the other to control the switch that would allow it to fade on and off.... I would like to simulate this sunrise sunset effect with my LED array? I appreciate your time and help with this project of mine.
Topic by Aquatope | last reply
Following 68 million years of extinction, dinosaurs once again roam the earth in an extraordinary new theatrical production, Walking With Dinosaurs - The Live Experience, which is based on the Emmy AwardÃÂ® winning BBC Series and is currently on a 2 year arena tour of North America. Staged by Broadway director Scott Faris with beyond cinematic realism, Walking With Dinosaurs shows how carnivorous dinosaurs evolved to walk on two legs, and how the herbivores fended off their more agile predators.A team of over 50 craftsmen worked in a space big enough to house a 747 for over one year to bring the cast of fifteen dinosaurs to life. Audiences of all ages have been amazed and spellbound as they experience the dinosaurs, who are as fascinating and terrifying on stage as they were in real life. This is a show that could only fit in large arenas - as the creatures are so absolutely immense in size. It is the closest that audiences will ever get to experiencing the time when dinosaurs ruled the earth. The show is brought to North America by Immersion Edutainment, led by Executive Director Bruce Mactaggart.An exhilarating arena show, Walking With Dinosaurs - The Live Experience uses high-tech, state-of-the-art animatronics to present15 life size dinosaurs (up to 45 feet tall) such as the Tyrannosaurus Rex and Stegosaurus in a highly theatrical setting with a paleontologist narrating, who is our guide for the evening. The dinosaurs are designed and built by a team of artists headed by Sonny Tilders who worked with Jim Henson's Creature Workshop on such films as The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.The tour will is now playing Philadelphia's Wachovia Complex from August 15th -19th and will then play Columbus, Ohio; Greenville (SC), Washington DC, Norfolk, East Rutherford, Winston-Salem, Nashville, Dallas and arrives in the New York area at the Continental Airlines Arena in New Jersey from October 3rd - 7th.
Topic by laminterious | last reply
Beware, this download can can you into trouble with law enforcement as well as injuring yourself, others and property. Read with care, and use your common sense. There are 219 items, but below is just a selection. Versions of this book have been on various sites on the www for some years. www.archive.org/details/Anarchy_Cookbook ANARCHY COOKBOOK VERSION 2000 Pictures and Reformatting for Word6 by Louis Helm Table of Contents 1.Counterfeiting Money 2.Credit Card Fraud 4.Picking Master Locks 5.The Arts of Lockpicking I 6.The Arts of Lockpicking II 8.High Tech Revenge: The Beigebox 27.How to make Potassium Nitrate 28.Exploding Lightbulbs 29.Under water igniters 30.Home-brew blast cannon 35.Phone Systems Tutorial I 36.Phone Systems Tutorial II 37.Basic Alliance Teleconferencing 38.Aqua Box Plans 39.Hindenberg Bomb 41.Phone Systems Tutorial III 42.Black Box Plans 43.The Blotto Box 44.Blowgun 45.Brown Box Plans 46.Calcium Carbide Bomb 47.More Ways to Send a Car to Hell 48.Ripping off Change Machines 49.Clear Box Plans 91.Remote Informer Issue #4 92.Remote Informer Issue #5 93.Phreaker's Guide to Loop Lines 94.Ma-Bell Tutorial 95.Getting Money out of Pay Phones 96.Computer-based PBX 97.PC-Pursuit Port Statistics 98.Pearl Box Plans 99.The Phreak File 100.Red Box Plans 101.RemObS 102.Scarlet Box Plans 103.Silver Box Plans 104.Bell Trashing 105.Canadian WATS Phonebook 106.Hacking TRW 107.Hacking VAX & UNIX 108.Verification Circuits 109.White Box Plans 110.The BLAST Box www.archive.org/details/Anarchy_Cookbook
Topic by Lateral Thinker | last reply
Hello, My name is Nicole and I am an Industrial Design student from San Jose State University. I am currently working on a product redesign project for pyrography, specifically for the tool (i.e. solid-point burner). At this time I am conducting general research and collecting firsthand interviews with people (of any skill level) who have done pyrography. I have copied and pasted my questionnaire to this, and I would greatly appreciate any contribution. Sincerely, Nicole San Jose State University – Industrial Design – Visualization III: Ergonomics/Human Factors Name: Occupation: Experience Level in Pyrography: (Please choose one, beginner, advanced, or professional) 1. How did you become interested in pyrography? 2. Do you do pyrography recreationally or professionally? 3. How do you choose your pyrography projects? 4. If professionally, how many hours do you work a day? (You may skip this question if it does not apply) 5. How much time do you spend working on a project? About how many hours a day? 6. Where do you do your pyrography? Please be specific. (For example, if at home, where in your home?) 7. What does your work area consist of? (For example, what kind of table and chair do you use? What kind of lighting?) 8. What are your essential tools ready at your work area? 9. Are there any DIY tools you have made? If so, what are they and what are they used for? 10. Do you have any specific safety equipment? What kind of safety precautions do you practice? 11. What is your process of cleaning up? What do you use? 12. Do you have any injuries that affect you while working? If so, please describe. 13. What kind of tool do you use? (Please name the brand and model) 14. Do you have any specific complaints about the tool you are using? 15. If you could create a wishlist to make the perfect tool what would they be? Thank you for taking time out to participate in my survey. I truly value the information you have provided. Your responses are vital in helping me with my research for redesigning pyrography tools.
Question by itisNicole | last reply