Hello, thank you for your comment :) I think placing the fans under is more efficient, especially for big towels or bed sheets... my clothes are not dripping after the laundry so I'm ok, but there is IP67 fan that can be use to be safer, but the price is not the same...
je viens de voir les nouvelles photos! et j'ai suivi ton lien instagram! très belles images, il y a quelques années je voulais me mettre à l'astrophotographie, je perds pas espoir de m'y mettre un jour :) en tout cas, c'est super ce que tu fais! continue comme ça
bravo !!!! très bien détaillé, j'ai hate de voir les photos!!
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that's a really cool project!! And I'm really interested because I got tons of ESD everyday... if you leave the ring on a table, with the metallic part connected to the ground, when you touch the light bulb, will you still get a discharge? or will it be like wearing the ring?
Thank you very much :)
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Hi! I'm amazed, your project remind me one I did, in wood at that time (now I made a 3D version too but not published yet) that you can see here I really like the idea of adding bearings, you can also change the thread for accurate translation, it will depend of your needs (speed vs accuracy)
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Hi Rievezahl! Thank for your comment, full of information. Usually when I’m drying my laundry I leave a windows or two opened, as you clearly stated to avoid high humidity level in the room. I remember when I was a student, I add a small apartment with big glass windows, leaving my laundry drying resulted in water dripping on the windows and even moisture ! It was really bad... I will edit my instructable to add a comment on this topic. Again thank you :)
good idea! thanks. But one must adds some vents to have a good airflow otherwise the humidity in the closet will stay there. Regarding the space, I do not agree, the space I use is under the place my laundry is, so technically I'm not using more space :) and having a dryer, means having to add room for it in my apartment, which meant a lot. Again, thank you for your comment Zatan !!
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I made it :) https://www.instructables.com/From-Trashes-to-W...I hope it will help
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thank you very much for your comment :) :) :) Same for me, I do not have a green thumb but I manage to grow plants with this technique, you can start to grow basil for example, they grow fast, love water; and great on pizza or pasta, I have to try an homemade pesto :p Tomatoes grow fast too, but after they will need a bigger pot than the one I used on this instructableRegarding the tank, the one I use was from a previous "smart garden", but it's really easy to recycle a container as a tank, this morning I've collected stuff (from my recycling bin :) and I will make an instructable to show how it can be use :) coming really soon
Hi! I'm not sure any pebble will work... clay is really great for humidity and often recommended to increase the moisture level around plants. Regular pebbles will at least help to see the roots, showing the need for a bigger pot. Regarding the lid, indeed they are great, I had them from previous indoor garden. I think it can be replace by a plastic film with a couple of small hole on it, as long as you can see water condensation on it, you'll know it's good. I hope this will help you :)
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