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You mentioned cellulose, how about using drop ceiling tiles? I think those are made of a dense wood and cellulose. Maybe you could print out some cyrillc characters on iron-on fabric for inkjet printers. My wife did this on some cotton duck bags she made and it worked surprisingly well.
I looked up Dado in all my dictionaries looking for the etymology of the word. It bounced from the Latin for Datum, then Italian for dice and English for the lower section of a wall covering, such as wainscoting below the chair rail and recessed box frames made from moldings. No definitive source, but we know it’s a groove and that works!
Could a small grounded Faraday cage be made to protect a camera or cell phone? I’d like to photograph the coil in operation.
This is the best way to spread butter, Nutella etc. Knifes sometimes can scrape plastic from the containers inside. Wash with soap and sponge and put aside to dry. Never in the dishwasher. Oil it occasionally to keep the wood from drying out. Great Instructable!
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