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Nice! Can you explain more about how you got the hi-def picture on the plexiglass? It's pretty striking.
Looks great! You are very creative. And as someone else asked, is this basically just a Bluetooth speaker?
Nice job. Looks OEM. But are you saying the car did not have a shelf there to begin with? That seems odd. I like the trend towards simple, loose-fitting shelves like yours. Put'em in, take'em out!
Wow, how imaginative! I love it. I will have to build one. It looks like such a labor saver. There are so many times that I need a 3rd hand and the alligator clip things or vise are just too fiddly.
I can't seem to extract that cubby below the display on my Model X. Your article mentioned more photos of the process for the Model S, but I don't see any more photos.Can you point me to some helpful resources?
Wow, looks beautiful in the photos. But did you just luck-out with the bookcase widths? There was no mention of cutting the width of of the vertical bookcases to fit.
Hmmm, I'm no expert but the bricks used to line fireplaces are specially made to not have any pockets of moisture inside. My understanding is that bricks not make that way can explode when heated. Maybe somebody who knows for sure can chime in.
Wow! Creepy but cool. The instructions are very clear. Thanks!
Very informative! Your presentation was very clear. I can't help but think there is a simpler way to make this measurement and that has me thinking. But that's what a good instructable does! Thanks for sharing.
I really like this idea, but I wonder if it isn't overkill. You need a white background for a fluorescent tube because 50% of the light is sent up not down. With LED's, all the light goes down already. So maybe you could do this with a bit less carpentry. But LEDs sure look like the way to go. The ready-made LED fixtures are very pricey as you said and I can't find the other commenter's $6 ready-made bulbs at Home Depot, but then I need F40 bulbs, not T8's. There was another instructable where someone stuck the LEDs right on the undersides of his rafters. Very neat! But my ceiling is too cluttered for that. :-(
Did you consider a vinyl liner pool? It seems like it would be so much simpler than gunite, you just have steel walls and a sand floor. Here in N.C. you almost never see a private home with a gunite pool.
The vinyl in-ground pools around here sport patterns that look like tiles, or whatever. Lots of choice. You can get 8 or so years out a liner and replacement takes the pros a single day. Next time I'm at the local pool store I'll ask why Florida prefers gunite and NC prefers vinyl.
Nice job! And even nicer video! Another approach with less wire wheel work would be to use a small sandblaster attachment and an air compressor. I've sworn off ever using a wire brush again.
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Nice instructable. As another commenter noted, "tin" the bare wire ends with solder before trying to attach them to the 4 tiny lugs. And notice Nematic!'s *very* quick and light touch with the soldering iron. He makes this look easy, but try it yourself and you'll appreciate his technique!
Thanks! I've never heard of a PIR before. This is fascinating.
Where does one buy a "PIR Sensor"?
At first I was disappointed that you did not attempt to re-use the original controls, but the finished radio looks so good I've changed my mind. What's nice about this approach is that it's actually simple enough for many people to do, while retaining at least the appearance of the original.
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