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are you on reddit and in battlestations or pcmr? i was talking to someone on there that hadsomething like these small versions of nanoleafs that looked homemade a few weeks ago
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You need to get a seat with the seat heaters. Or get one from a Benz or other higher end one that has heat and a massage!
Since the frequency or speed that the 555 is running or turning off is what produces the sound to be generated by the speaker, I'm guessing that it's only capable of playing one key or note at a time? I'm also guessing to make it play more than one key combined at a time, (is that what polyphonic means?) you would need a 555 for each key and simplify the circuit board with just the proper resistors for each key? I guess you could get away with half the ic's if you get the 8 pin double 555s
He/she said that the one on the board was kinda recessed and hard to get to /use. The separate USB connector is going to have wires running from it to the main board so you can use it easier, or place it somewhere else other than right on the battery, like if you're using some kind of enclosure. HTH
Great work sir. I love seeing projects made with only found items. Usually that would be something like scrap metal art or repurposing an enclosure or something. You took it to another level! I especially love that you knew and did the math(my first love). Keep on doing what you're doing man! (or woman, hah. Astronomy is like online gaming, it seems to be male dominated in regards to m/W ratio)
Not a telescope
This is more like a parts list rather than an instructible. You need to add some steps in here relating to tube length and mounting and adjusting of the tubes and mirrors themselves
Thanks for sharing your work on this great 'ible. I've just stumbled across these diy dobs style telescopes a couple days ago. Your post here is one of the better ones that I've came across in regards to clarity of what needs to be done, so thanks again for laying this out clearly and with enough detail and guidance on where to look for mirrors. I'm gonna be referencing this if/when I do do a diy dobs, I think the o ly real thing I'm going to change is that instead of the cardboard concrete tube, I'm going to use some black metal stovepipe for the main body and then figure the size of the mirror. When I made a small propane metal forge I used stovepipe for the forge housing and it's easy, cheap, sturdy and already flat black.
You need some work on how to write and instructible cause what you posted abow isn't an instructible. You didn't explain. Anything except for the parts. I want my wasted time back thief
Wish you would post some pics of the view from the telescope