Yeah, I 2nd the support for metric. Imperial is only good if you're going to Home Depot or something. All serious design is done in metric nowadays. Once you get into using the Vernier scale, it only makes sense to use it in metric.
It is the same stuff used for skateboards. You can buy it like this or recycle skateboards. Not cheap though.I would love to see a video, I'm not quite sure how it works once you have the thickness set.
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Cotton. Who knew!
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Do you need the vents on the top of the unit? Isn't that counterproductive since it might allow moisture back in?
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The handle bars are on top of the basket and the whole thing steers. You're not going to be doing super tight u-turns but it works just fine. It is not a new concept, we just electrified it.
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Popsicle Stick Playing Cards
I'm going to make me a set with our laser for sure! If you make a template, you can perhaps make an entire set in only a couple of passes.