Yeah, this is a good one. I have to ask what the pressure cooker is for though.
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Nice mods! I just ordered one of these but in the blue color. I like to personalize my tech toys too so I will definitely be able to use your instructable. Thanks!
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One of the coolest designs I have ever seen! Thanks for sharing the plans. I might just have to give this build a try. It would make for an interesting project to pass the time this winter.
Thanks for setting me straight on the controls and for the link. I wish I could remember the names of some of the programs that I used back then. I loved to make music on my VIC-20 albeit that it was archaic but I love electronic music so I did not care. I dabble in LUA script some now and it reminds me a lot of the BASIC programming. Thanks again for bringing back a fond memory.
I had totally forgotten about that game. I had a VIC-20 back in the early 80's along with the Datasette unit. I did have a subscription to one of the magazines that featured a monthly program to type in and install and this was one of the games I had. I spent hours typing in those Basic programs and then having to debug them from my typing errors. I loved it anyway but then eventually moving on to DOS. I downloaded the file and followed your instructions but the lander crashes every time I use a cursor key. Any suggestions? and are there other programs out on the net for download? Thanks!
I have done this many times. I don't fold mine though, I just lay the first tortilla down and add the ingredients then place another tortilla on top. then I either bake or microwave them. They are delicious. We call our version "Mexican Pizza" as does a well known fast food restaurant.
This sounds delicious. The smoker idea is great but would it enhance the flavor of the eggs if they were cut in half first and laid on the rack cut side up? Seems that more of the egg including the yolk would capture more of the smoky flavor that way. Or have you tried this already? Also, can other things like cheese be smoked the same way? Thanks for the Instructable!
Although you replaced the sugar with Spenda which is reported to be as bad as Aspertame, you also use 4 cups of white flour based biscuits as well as the half stick of butter in this recipe. How can this be diabetic friendly? Just curious as I was recently diagnosed T2 and have been searching for alternative cooking recipes.
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The fried ones are the best in my opinion. I also season them with a combination of chili powder and cumin as well as sea salt.
I was waiting to see you dip one of those jalapeno peppers in it and take a bite. LOL! Seriously though, that looks delicious and I will try it soon. Thanks.
This is an outstanding Instructable! There is only one thing I would have done different is that I would not have glued the acrylic panel in but left it removable so different panel designs could be used. Other than that, this project is perfect just as you have done it.
I am just getting started with this app. Is there any way to realign the layers like in Photoshop?
That is really a great idea! I wish I had the shop tools needed to make one.
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I would use peanut oil as it can take higher temperatures and leaves no aftertaste. Discovered this while working in a Mexican restaurant making tortilla chips.
Wow! That looks easy and delicious. Thanks!
I have used this method for years but I have never thought of using the metal parts for added strength. I had a soldering iron like yours at one time that had the set screw to hold the tip. I used large head nails which I ground the head of the nails to triangular or even oval shapes to help spread the melted plastic. I also used a temperature control that is used for stained glass making to keep the heat just above the plastic melting point without burning it. Great Instructable!
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I am a bit confused about your Instructable. No offense intended mind you but is this about the motorcycle safety statements or about the use of an inkjet printer/plotter cutter and vinyl graphics application? You do good work and are creative and I am jealous that you are in the sign graphics business. I did this type of work for over 15 years and I miss it dearly. No one hires a 62 year old no matter their experience or level of creativity and expertise in this field. I enjoyed the video and the trip down memory lane though. Take care.
An excellent Instructable on scratch built foam board airplanes! Very good information and details on the electronics as well. There is only one detail that you left out though and that is the placement of the electronics. I see the battery is mounted on the bottom of the fuselage but where did you mount the receiver and the ESC in relation to the COG? I also noticed that you set up your transmitter for mode one but that is OK if that is your preferred setup. All in all though I am very impressed with the time and work you put into this as I too build as I call them, "scratch built foamies" for fun. They are easy and fun to build and fly. I get lots of inspiration and ideas from the RC Groups forum. Keep up the good work and thanks for sharing your hobby!
Very clever and nice work!
That is way cool!
Chilly powder? I'm sure that you mean chili powder. But looks like a yummy recipe that I would like to try. Thanks!
I always use white vinegar. I also apply it with a cotton swab. The vinegar dissolves the battery acid residue and cleans the contacts very well. I let the vinegar soak for a few minutes until it stops foaming then I remove the leftover residue with cotton swabs and let air dry before replacing the batteries.
Nice work! Very ingenious and creative. May I suggest an alternative to the wire screen. You could use "Pearlite" to partially fill in the bowl to take up some space underneath the glass marbles. Pearlite is used in potting soil to increase moisture retention and even though it is very light and looks like Styrofoam, it will not burn. It may shrink a bit from heat but not much.
Thanks for the recipe! I am going to try that and I am thinking of adding some little smokies sausages in them as well.
That is a great idea! But since I do not have a 3D printer, I think I will try making one out of PVC tubing. I really appreciate the idea!
I have made these before using copper tubing and a large clear marble. I believe these are actually called "Teleidoscopes" as they are more like a telescope in that they use lenses. Nice work there though! And as a suggestion, you can use PVC tubing as well which can be painted or covered with contact paper and they are very light and durable too. So many possibilities!!
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Very attractive and nicely done! Thanks for sharing this.
Not trying to rain on your parade here but you can buy a totally wireless Bluetooth remote on eBay for less than ten dollars that is made just for this application. But for you DIY'ers I can understand the fun in building your own. But I have to admit that I hate seeing a good keyboard destroyed too. :^(
You should win Steampunk award of the century for this one!!
loving every aspect of this wonderful invention. Posting a few comments on YouTube as graywoulf. Thanks so much for sharing this!!!
This technique works well on the rough side of clear double glue chip glass which can be bought at any stained glass supplier. You can also use the same glass and paint the rough side with different colors of metallic spray paint. Awesome effect! Let your imagination run wild!
The Coleman company already sells these. They are used as an add on accessory for lighting their line of gas and propane lanterns. They are cheap too.
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Clear plastic would be preferable to any colored plastic. The sun then can heat the vegetation (or mud, wet sand, and yes, even urine) much easier creating more and faster evaporation by direct contact. There are many ways of doing this distillation process. You just have to be creative.
Needles from sapling pine trees are best. The tea can be strained through cheesecloth or a coffee filter to eliminate the sap if desired. Tastes of citrus similar to an orange and a great source of vitamin C (more than an orange). A little sweetener adds to the flavor too. Great beverage in the morning while camping!
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