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Yes post it. I will definitely take a lookI have one of those at my soldering station and i must say it saved my hind a few times. Usually because i use the iron for more than just soldering
Ek wil nog so n temp controlled een bou.Moet nie worry oor hoe hy lyk nie. Function above beauty. Gaan binne kort so bul bou.
Moet nie worry oor die dubbel post nie.Daai glow plug soldeer boude is nice.Maar soos ek al gecomment het op die post. Dis my drop and forget kit die. Ek het so glow plug een persent gekry n ruk terug. Sal jy asb. groot asb. vir my wys (op n manier) om ern te maak. Dit is n moer handige ding om te hê.Die Bic lighters kan ook volmaak. Dis net so goedkoop ek vervang sommer net.And in conjunction with the el cheapos. I guess I'll just turn one on the lathe like I did with my wurth set.
Finally, a easy tot follow tutorial.I did a graft once (lemon lime) and it only successfully started to grow a year ago. I had to leave it behind when I moved. Dis is so much simpler than the method I was using.Thank you. Thumbs up
I presume you wrap the lighter? If so, yes. It just increases the use fullness of the kit. Thanks for the tip
Thanks for the link. Hope they ship this way.
I haven't had time while the auto pilot is running... Stil in training.But I do consent on your wife's strictness on smoking.I will definitely think up a few more tin-tin projects.Thanks for the comments.
Wow NASA sup contractor. I guess you have built a full shuttle service kit that fits in a pen. To tell you the truth, people like you guys are the true heros. You solve problems we didn't know we had until we have your product, then the world just becomes simpler.Thank you for building one, even if it is just for a friend.
And to tel you the truth I own a gas soldering iron. But I'm not willing to use it where I go because it's expensive and I don't want a cheap one to let me down
I wanted to increase the heat sink of the tip, but this made it less "pockety".The coil part does help in some way.I did trim the tip to better retain the heat. It made now huge difference.If you stil have that machined soldering iron I would love to se it. We don't have electricity all of the time and that type of iron will do wonder in my home.Thanks for your input. I will surely add and adjust my irons. I can see that I have alot to learn.
This is a very good set you have. Here in RSA we seldom get good, small kits. The one I have is expensive and stil bulky.If you have a link to where I can buy this kit please tel me.
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This is simple yet effective. Thumbs up.
Thank you. If you make it, you send me a few fotos. See what you might add extra...
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The best advice I can give, is power equals depth and the coil size equals sensitivity. The larger the coil, the lower the sensitivity. What helps is to make a oval search coil. It increases the depth but you have a small point of fokus. It also lengthens the search cone so to speak. Giving you more a tent shape than a funnel shape. Hope it helps. Btw. This is a very good detector...
This is for anyone to answer. Can this project be modified to do cnc and lazer cutting/edging? BTW all ready busy assembling Y and Z axis
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Why haven't I thought of that moment... Would you mind if I add that to the instructable?. I was wondering what i can use to buff the grips a bit. Heatshrink will work wonders...
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I have found that oil works better. I use a high carbon oil like used motor oil or gun oil. I only use about 2 or 3 drops per knife and it smooths the edge more. I also recommend the finer side of the stone for a knife that you sharpen alot, like a kitchen knife. The coarse side is mainly for a knife that has lost its edge and you are trying to get that edge back. Great instructable and beautiful photos.
On my kitchen knifes, twice while cooking. I do it on the sharpening rod. My more precise skinning knife about once or twice a week. It depends on the thumb test. If i draw the blade across my thumbnail and it does not stick I sharpen. (BTW great bio on profile. Added a chuckle to my day)
Excellent build. I built one a few years back. Mine was solid and had a push pull prop configuration. It drained my battery pretty fast but it's job. I'll try this project this weekend. Thanks for the extensive detail as well.
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