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Nice work. I like :-)
Thanks a lot. I works, turnes commuting time into work time, is good for the environment and it weighs next to nothing in my backpack...
Thanks, I am using it every day and it works perfectly!
Portable Computer Stand for CommutersView Instructable »
I would be happy if you would share the result afterwards here on my wall :-)
Looks very promising :-) With regards to the size: I my project, I used ready made wheels. I couldn't change the size of those, so they determined the size of everything else. By printing the truck blueprint (side view) I was able to lay my wheel on top an check if my print had the right size. Once the right print percent was confirmed. I just printed everything else accordingly... Hope this helped
Ha! Nice :-)
I have now updated my first attempt for a mechanical pinball with the flipper mechanics shown in this instructable. A video can be found here: This Pinball uses wires in the table to make a connection when the ball rolls over them. The conection is tranmitted to my PC by a hacked USB-controller from an old keyboard and the scoreboard i programmed in Scratch...
Sorry for the late reply. I use Illustrator to do the drawings and the photographs ar done vith an Olympus with a external flash pointing to the side. The photos at shot as raw and processed in CameraRaw and Photoshop...
Cool. I would be happy if you'd share a picture or two :-)
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