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  • Train Wild Birds to Exchange Litter for Food!

    So cool, you should be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize! Please follow up on how you trained these birds. Best idea I have seen in a long time.

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  • Farm House Pizza - Domino's Style

    This pizza was a blast to make! We already had all the ingredients and it was very good. We also rolled slices of cheese into the edge of the crust; which, made it a little thicker. So our cook time was 16 minutes. Again, very good. Thanks!

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  • glomms commented on KJMagnetics's instructable DIY Induction Stove

    I have to admit when I first saw this I thought this was going to be crazy. But, it was really interresting! Great job. Why did you use plexi glass? Won't it start to melt at 200 degrees?

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  • Awesome project! I bet Neal loves this. I have a travel trailer that developed a soft spot in the floor that eventually had to be repaired, turning into quite a project by the time it was all over too. I think the most challenging thing for me was the way the RV was constructed at the factory. It was not designed to make repairs at all. For instance, RV's are usually built from the inside out to make construction easier. The last thing to be installed are the outside walls. Repairs however, are usually made from the inside out. So many times when removing a counter or something attached to an outside wall, I found that the back of the screws were impossible get to. This was because the mounting screws had been driven from the outside of the frame, towards the counter on the inside. That l…

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    Awesome project! I bet Neal loves this. I have a travel trailer that developed a soft spot in the floor that eventually had to be repaired, turning into quite a project by the time it was all over too. I think the most challenging thing for me was the way the RV was constructed at the factory. It was not designed to make repairs at all. For instance, RV's are usually built from the inside out to make construction easier. The last thing to be installed are the outside walls. Repairs however, are usually made from the inside out. So many times when removing a counter or something attached to an outside wall, I found that the back of the screws were impossible get to. This was because the mounting screws had been driven from the outside of the frame, towards the counter on the inside. That little construction method alone caused a lot of unnecessary damage when removing interferences. So I was really interested in the gutted interior and the wiring pictures. It looks like your GMC didn't have this problem. I'm also not very happy with the plywood or sometimes even cardboard being adhered to fiberglass to make up the body of modern RV's. So I really liked the aluminum siding and framework of this GMC coach. The only thing you might want to talk to someone about, that I saw, is the battery compartment. When batteries are charging they give off hydrogen, which is flammable. You might want to seal off the batteries a little better from the rest of the electronics and add a vent hole or two.Anyway, thank you for taking the time to submit this Instructable. I learned a lot from reading it.

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  • Ikeep getting the same error when compiling this sketch: Error compiling forboard Arduino/Genuino Uno. I am using an Arduino Uno and have Arduino/GenuinoUno selected in Tools. I also have ArduinoISP selected for Programmer in Tools.I have same error when trying to compile unzipped GLCD_BigDemo from my GLCDfolder I downloaded into my library. Any help is appreciated.

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