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Hi there!Do you think that soaking wood in the mixture would also produce the same effect? I'm asking because I would like to use your idea in a small project of mine, but this project also involves polishing a piece of wood until very smooth, and I'd rather not just get rid of the weathered layer.
Well done! A question though. Can you please provide more photos of your old terrarium? Especially some close-ups. Thanks!
An amazing project, kudos to you! Got several questions though.1. Can you shed a bit more light on how the controller is wired? What I mean is, how is it recognized by the RPI/Emulation Station?2. Would the RPI still allow the possibility of attaching more controllers? I'm thinking... slightly thicker shell, that would allow for USB ports to be accessible, so that others could plug their controllers to your controller. Thank you!
Such a great idea! Two things though.1. Would you consider those very dishwasher-safe? I'm not a chemist and I don't know if and how temperature and steam would affect the bond between resin and glass.2. This is more of a suggestion related to point 1. Before rubbing the glass with alcohol, I'd apply some fine grit sandpaper and elbow grease to the bottom of the glass to roughen the surface up a bit. The bond will be stronger this way. ;)