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There are enough statues and other objects in the public domain, I see no reason to assume that everybody is a thief.
Designing a Parametric "Print in Place" Hinged Container Using Autodesk Fusion 360
I'm wondering if maybe something that uses (mostly) the same tool movements, but with a microfine blade instead of a laser might not work better for something like this...just thinking out loud.
I believe he meant "laminated kit list" which would be a list of everything in the bag and where to find it...then he laminated it to keep it from self-destruction. In an emergency, you don't always think clearly, so the more you can read off a cue card the better...now where'd I put that Paracord?
The problem with using aspirin on your face to discourage bear bites is that it only works after the first bite....
see? Whether we agree or disagree, this was a useful critique. That wasn't so hard.
How to Grow Popcorn Shoots
will the shoots regrow if I keep them moist or are the plants not hardy enough to take pruning every couple weeks? Would the second growth (if any) be as tender as the first growth?
Build Your Own ELECTRIC MOTORCYCLE
Portable Battery Pack for Light Electric Vehicle
"And that's what we do with EVs - average power is pretty ok, but "acceleration punches" are pretty demanding to the batteries. Lead Acid really doesn't like it." This got me thinking, what about a hybrid battery where the lower discharge rates were handled by the lead acid batteries and the LiPO battery pack would kick in for the punches? This would give the longer range of the (cheaper) lead acids with out the battery destroying high discharges of acceleration and movement up hill.I suspect it might be a controller nightmare and maybe wouldn't actually give any benefit at all, but I'm just brainstorming (ok, with my brain maybe it's a light drizzle). I'll be interested to see where you go with this.
Which is even better than the above-mentioned sensor to tell you when to take the trash out. Kids are such GREAT labor saving devices from what I hear....or not :)
Close, but no. This is an ice cooler that uses the heat of fusion in the ice to cool the air in the box and hence in the room. No evaporation required, this will work nicely in a room at 110% humidity. A swamp cooler works much like your sweat does and uses the heat of evaporation to cool the space. Not so good at above 75% humidity and above.
you forgot WD40...if it moves and it shouldn't, duct tape it. If it doesn't move and it should, spray it with WD40.
How to Make DIY Heated Insoles
Under $20 Rocket Stove/Heater