Hahahahahahahahaha... Yes! it's definitely larger on the inside! :D
Thank you... Glad you liked it. :)
Hahahaha... you're welcome. :D (can't wait to see your version) ;)
Thank you... ☺️
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Awesome... glad you like it! :)
Sorry, I just saw your comment. I suppose a motor could be added somehow, but that would probably be worthy of a whole other instructable and I don't have enough skills to do something like that. At least not yet... :)
That's great! I'm glad you found my Instructable useful. I hope your adaptation turns out great! Post some pictures when you're done if you can. :)
I guess that depends on where you live. I live in Mexico and you can go downtown to specifc shops that sell various metal rolls by the meter, aluminum, steel, stainless steel, etc.
I think it's about 1mm thick.
I don't understand your drawing. In the sample on the left where you've rotated the cube the magnets are repelling each other so they can't connect. If you rotate it to where they DO connect, the electrial polarity would be off but that could be solved by simply criss crossing the wires inside the cube. No?
The way he built them, you probably can't connect them the wrong way because the magnets will repel each other if you try to connect them the wrong way.
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Nice idea... Apparently, you have more patience than I do. :)
Here's a pedal board in use... :)
Not at all! For the life of me, I can't think of why I didn't think of doing the same... (rolls eyes)Maybe I should add your file to my instuctable? (if you approve) :)
Hahaha... Thanks. :D
Thanks, glad you liked it. :)Check out the last step I added and the video at beginning.
Glad you liked it... :)Check out the last step I added and the video at the beginning.
Hahaha... Thanks again. :)
Die Hard Christmas Ornament View Instructable »
I used pine, but later discovered that it can split easily if it's hit or dropped. I'd recommend using 3/4" plywood for strength or any harder wood of your choosing. �
I used pine, but later discovered that it can split easily if it's hit or dropped. I'd recommend using 3/4" plywood for strength or any harder wood of your choosing. :)
I'm sorry about your dad but I'm happy that this Instructable was able to help him. God bless you both. ?
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