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I built a larger table top version of this cutter not long ago. I added guides to it to allow very straight precision cuts. I use it primarily for making acrylic cases for my projects. This is my next project. The portability is a great concept and I imagine I could come up with some kind of guides for better precision. One question. How much time do you get from the battery you used here? I have been using a 7AH SLA with awesome time results and was wondering how this one might fare in use. Awesome 'ible in any case.
I am not great with SMD's, but I am planning to do this project with through hole components. Especially since I already have all of them on hand except the pcb.
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So I am missing something here. Is this a restore file to repair a PC? or does it run Windows, or other OS's, from the USB drive like some Linux versions?
Look for Harbor Freight coupons. They are in all sorts of magazines. They give these away, and many other items for free with any purchase, and sometimes with no purchase required. You can also sign up on line and they will send them to you in email and in the snail mail form. If all else fails, go to any HF and they all have supplies of sales flyers on the counters and they all have coupons. I am lucky enough to live pretty close to a store and have about 20 of these lights as well as other flashlights, multimeters, tool sets etc.
I am from the South, so yes, I have done this in the oven. Temp no higher than 18o degrees F. so it is "low and slow". A two pound brisket or pork but will take about 6 or 7 hours. I also use black jack oak and apple-wood chips, soaked for at least an hour. But I have to say, this stove top method is intriguing.