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In return YOU send them your plans for the SN20, lol!
Tell that to Elon, I guess he is crazy enough to donor a bit of scrap! For real!
Somehow maybe! But like Elon I prefer the machine in all its glory and not resting in pieces! Although....having the pieces scattered around would make a nice diorama and much less assembly work!? :-)
Still remember the times of the RUDs (Rapid Unscheduled DIsassemblies) a.k.a. crashlandings. Happened to the first starships, too, lol!
Don´t know if I am an exception, but I have not missed one start of SpaceX rockets. Nearly cried when I saw the dual landing of the Falcon Heavy boosters touch down syncronously! What an amazing time to live in!
So you think we are living in the woods or something like that? Do you think only americans know about Tesla and SpaceX??
Oh, that´s not too small :) Nice idea! OMG, makes me think about adding the booster, which would add approximately 27.55 inches or 70 centimeters, which would make up for approximately 48 inches or 120 centimeters .... With a diameter of 4.72 inches or 12 centimeters it would be a sight to see! Maybe one could add the landing pad and/or the catching mechanism......oh, I see, the fantasy is running wild with this one!BTW: Amazing project! Kudos from germany!
What will be the overall size of the model?
Thank you so much! At least cooler than trousers with a ripped scrotch! ;-)People were not so fond of seeing my true colors shining through! Or my underwear!
Thanxomuch! I thought it was a better use than throwing my favourite jeans away! And now I have a sketchbook that carries all the tools I need!
Yeah, that´s why I love men´s trousers. A coke bottle is no problem. Sadly it doesn´t fit anymore when the jeans is glued to the book :-( (Just made a test!). I love to give things functions they are not supposed to have :-)
Hi Cat! Using a t-shirt is a bit easier than using a jeans. But my t-shirt is in a way cooler than the jeans project. It is approximately 15 years old, I wore it a lot and it was washed a lot, but one of the features I loved the most still exists: It glows in the dark. Looks cool on a sketchbook!BTW: The t-shirt sketchbook had one twist in common with the jeans cover: You can slide new book blocks in (or slide used up book blocks out).
Hi there! The image with the shirt referred to the first text section about the motivation because it worked out the first time. More or less it went the same way as the jeans-clad version. Except the twist with the pockets. Because I tinkered around with the shirt version to see if and how it worked, I didn´t write it down and didn´t take any photos. That´s the main reason for doing it again adding the twist with the pockets.To put it simple: Most of the work was the same: Preparing the cardboard, clothing it with the shirt fabric and not to forget building the "pocket" the book block slides in.For further questions feel free to ask!
Aquarel Sketchbook With a Few TwistsView Instructable »