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A great idea, however I did notice one big drawback to your method. In your pics you're using a 12v fan and soldering it to a 5v source. This Will make the fan spin (at a much slower rate) but this will but a very high strain on the USB port. You could very well blow the USB fuse and those are a Pain to replace. A software solution Would be the best way to go. For the purpose of OS installations it might be safer to check the OS power settings for the Sleep and Hibernate settings. This Would be safer in the pc as well.
You're freakin' kidding me! You Rock! I want to make these and put Amazon Echo Dots inside, too cool!
I think this is a GREAT post! You had a Great idea, tried it and had the stones to post your results! Most people would have simply Not posted, you stuck to it and carried on! The fiberglass resin is a great idea and I would ask how clear it cured, I have a thought for it myself. Your table is Tejely a One Of A Kind and you should still be proud of your efforts. You've learned a lot from this and now you can only do better. I hope you make more creations and I hope to see more of your postings!
I love this! I have had a few times where this would have been handy at work. I even have all the parts available to me there. Great thinking, keep it up. Voted!
It holds the leather so you don't have to very nice to have when using the Saddle Stitch, the most common Stitch used when sewing leather.
Good thing there's pictures because the phone can't translate what you've typed
Remember that Google is your friend! If you can't do the conversation yourself then you can't always look it up. I'm a Canadian and prefer to use imperial rather than metric. Should I whine about that or learn how to deal with the situation?"would have been a nice Project to do." And it still IS! It's very well described and a very useful project. Great for beginners too!
........and your link has What to do with this post????I thought we were talking about a leather bag, not Cars?!?!?!?