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Thanks for the hint, i forgot to set this value. Its 710mm.There might be still other small inaccuracies in this build instruction but we are working on making it more detailed. In between as a workaround, some of the dimensions can also be taken from the bill of materials at the end of the text.
Hey, thanks for the nice picture ! This kind of loom is indeed quite hugeandd at the same time gives a far more finer quality of cloth. Thats professional grade and people used it in former times to earn a living from it.But see all this millions of strings ... to be honest, it would drive me mad to heddle a warp on that :)I am from Germany and live in the countryside and here also these big ones were in former times used, mostly to weave linnen on it, which was also used as part of a brides trosseaux/dowry.
Yes, for a DIY-project its better to handle with smaller dimensions. My idea was that you can produce fabric planes with a given width of 50cm, but with arbitrary length (because the fabric can be rolled up / wounded on the cothbeam) and these planes can be connected by sewing them together, if you want to have a big blanket (or carpet). Thats the same what people in ancient times did with their linnen.And, once i've heard, that the sails from the old vikings dragon-boats were also made from woolen fabric. In modern representations they were often shown with red and white stripes. I dont know whether this is historically correct, but it supports/illustrates the idea that they also made long fabric planes which were sewed together.
indeed, its makerfaire-approved :) From oldest seniors up to little children have already successful proven to be able to operate it easily.
Thanks and yes, its a kind of 100% natural and organic wool which still has a slightly smell of lanolineand is therefore quite robust against dirt and moisture. I use it either in its nature colours or self dyed with plants (like the green uper part of carrots, which give a nice nice green and yellow colour). Another important point for me is that it is as warm as possible and therefore i prefer a very thick wool and accordingly i have dimensioned the comb quite coarse. Theoretically one could make the comb also appropriate for more and finer strings, but i believe the rough meshes are providing the most warmth.
thanks and good to hear that some people may find it useful ! That motivates me to continue with optimizing the documention further and make it more detailed .
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I am still working on a circuit that is based on your charger and have added a balancer-module. You can see it here: https://forum.opensourceecology.de/viewtopic.php?...Sorry, its only in german, but you might understand the pictures ;)
Hi Deba, this is a nice solarbox that you've made ;) Maybe the panel-area is a bit undersized for using it with an inverter, but anyway, i like the concept of having all components of a little island-system in one containment.I am just wondering why you doesn't make use of your own solarcharger-circuit here, are there any special reasons for that ?However, accidentally i have the same type of SX01-3A charger that you use here lying around in my drawer (someone gave it to me) and maybe i give it a try.But i have to add a severe warning considering the battery-types you mentioned. I know that the doku of that charger claimes that it can manage Lithium-batteries in 1s, but also 2s, 3s and 4s-configurations (code: b3, b4 and b5), but the latter is simply not true and even dangerous. If ...
Hi Deba, this is a nice solarbox that you've made ;) Maybe the panel-area is a bit undersized for using it with an inverter, but anyway, i like the concept of having all components of a little island-system in one containment.I am just wondering why you doesn't make use of your own solarcharger-circuit here, are there any special reasons for that ?However, accidentally i have the same type of SX01-3A charger that you use here lying around in my drawer (someone gave it to me) and maybe i give it a try.But i have to add a severe warning considering the battery-types you mentioned. I know that the doku of that charger claimes that it can manage Lithium-batteries in 1s, but also 2s, 3s and 4s-configurations (code: b3, b4 and b5), but the latter is simply not true and even dangerous. If you use more than one lithium-cells, they have to be balanced and the charger doesn't contain any terminals for balancer-cables.So, one better should recommend to the people to use this only with lead-acid cells and everything is fine ;)
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