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Hi., Not trying to be negative but wouldn't this slime be a tad dangerous if little ones ate the stuff? Wondering if they would need to be supervised with it, or is it indeed safe?
Looks like deconstructing a tool and trying to make it into more than it really is. Seems like a lot of wasted time to me for a result that won't work any better than the original and probably will downgrade the performance. Whatever floats your boat though, I must admit I have been guilty of re-purposing one of those cheap Chinese transistor checkers into a format that better suited my needs. Probably I am just an old guy thinking of the thousands of hours I have spent in years gone by doing very similar things. Nice effort anyhow- stick with it.
I will absolutely be knocking this up one rainy day, thanks for the heads up on just how easy it can be. Respect!
Where is the rest of the instructable, the tinning of the bit which is probably more important I.M.H.O. Had you incorporated this you would have a useful instructable.
Thumbs up on this one mate such intuitive use of OTS components. RESPECT!
Beautiful work Dan, I think I will give it a go when I am feeling brave and my eyes feel up do doing a bunch of SM soldering. Respect!
Great looking project, hope to have the time to tackle it some day. Good job!
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Great little project and well presented. Think this is a great project for a rainy day. Thanks I love the simplicity and using power tools it could be completed in no time at all with a useful tool at the end.
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I thought it was a great design regardless where it came from, I was just wondering if it was entirely your idea.More than that I guess I was just upset at the lack of detailed plans as when time permits I really want to have a go at making a few myself.Keep up the great work! Kudos to you.Regards Robert
Great looking clamps functionally especially and neat video proves you can do it but as far as passing on critical information for someone else wanting to emulate your efforts, I think details and even rudimentary plans are badly lacking.Great effort though - was the design idea entirely yours or copied from an existing clamp somewhere?
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Thanks - as interesting as hell and refreshing to watch someone who has an idea what they are talking about. I learned quite a few useful things, especially about the quick shock on startup. Probably saved me some angst when I make mine- in fact I'm sure you did as I usually start anything new on low power and ramp up.Lesson learned thanks again.