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  • RobertG132 commented on HoracioP3's instructable LED bonding manually2 years ago
    LED bonding manually

    that's what the Ant's are for!

    it might be simpler to train a herd of tiny ants to do this task then doing the task.Soldering on that scale is frustrating at best.Yep Tiny Ant robots to do tiny work. 8 arms lift 10 times its own weigh, move any direction, do task at hand to please the queen. Now to get the queen ant to do what I ask and direct her army. They will work nonstop until the task is done won't take breaks won't complain the works to hard ex...

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  • Enhanced DeWalt Drill Before And After

    I'm going to go beat on a few batteries now! where's that 10 lb hammer?I'm kidding!

    I wanna see you upgrade it to take the dewalt DCB204-2 20V Max XR 4AH Lithium-ion batteries using a 3 d printer and voltage adaptor the 12 volt drill will take 18 volts no problem and the old pre XRP drills I'd swap them out all the time.Even the XRP's swapped back and forth.However with a voltage adapter circuit to limit current you could get it down to 16 volts and it would not be an issue, I think they use the same motor's but I'm not positive.Then Dewalt has a new line of batteries that might be a better fit. the Flex Volt system.I'm still using my XRP drills. However I do have some older drills to play with.Seems the drills outlast the battery's.If you had like 5 or 6 of them you could make an inline drill press for cabinet shelf holes.I know I saved those old drills for somthing,...

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    I wanna see you upgrade it to take the dewalt DCB204-2 20V Max XR 4AH Lithium-ion batteries using a 3 d printer and voltage adaptor the 12 volt drill will take 18 volts no problem and the old pre XRP drills I'd swap them out all the time.Even the XRP's swapped back and forth.However with a voltage adapter circuit to limit current you could get it down to 16 volts and it would not be an issue, I think they use the same motor's but I'm not positive.Then Dewalt has a new line of batteries that might be a better fit. the Flex Volt system.I'm still using my XRP drills. However I do have some older drills to play with.Seems the drills outlast the battery's.If you had like 5 or 6 of them you could make an inline drill press for cabinet shelf holes.I know I saved those old drills for somthing, you have given me idea's Oh by the way Batteries plus sells replacement batteries for these or used to.https://www.batteriesplus.com/battery/cordless-too...Its cheaper to just buy a new drill most of the time.And find a new use for the old one.

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