I've looked everywhere... Where is the .stl file for the sensor frame?
Very beautiful. I love it!
Great installation. I have been a scanner enthusiast for over 51 years and a ham for 1.5 years now. If I may suggest, cut a piece of garden hose (or similar) and place it on the coax where it rubs on the top wall. After placing adjustment, you could secure it with some electrical tape or zip-ties. When the wind blows the cable will sway and rub off the insulation. 73s, ke8ktl
Truly awesome build.Thanks! I'll work on one this winter.
Really nice work! Almost too pretty to cut anything on... :)
You make no mention of the altimeter you used. Can you elaberate?
An 1/8 watt resistor should work, yes?
Great idea and instructions. I might add one observation, be aware that your setup of two 55-gallon barrels full of water and your brick supports will likely exceed 1,000 pounds in around 8 square feet of floor space. Make sure your deck support structure is up to the task.
Well, it depends. We have an Excalibur 9-tray and factors like humidity, size of the piece, with grain or across... But generally I dry them over night. The device has a temperature control and a timer to shut it off after a while. Sure makes the house smell great! :) You'd probally never find a used one as I will never part with mine.
What a great idea! I made this project and was able to shrink the circuit even smaller by using a very small piece of perf board. Thank you for your Instructable.Sorry, I didn't take any pictures.
Save some steps and cut the stem off before drying. No need to separate the halves, just slit open the pod and hang to dry. I use a dehydator this way and have very good results. Thanks for the Instructable.
You forgot to mention the lovely smell of fresh baked bread. Excellent instructions. Thanks.
How many pints does the recipe make?