What a great idea. I solved a similar noise related issue. My wife ran a daycare in our home and whenever we’d purchase a new electronic toy I’d instantly remove the cover and stuff some tissue paper in the built in speaker. I guess when having multiple children and toys all blasting away, the noise was too much for ME!😉
All portable power stations should allow charging at higher rates like yours. Great project!
Nicely done, looks like a good winter project to make for my Vespa tools🛠
I’ve always wondered how those were made, a lot simpler than I thought. Thanks!
Great idea and simple to implement. Nice job!
Wow, that’s amazing! Similar to what oldhag1981 stated, I thought you made a simple frame and were modifying an actual handmade quilt to fit onto it. Bravo, a very ambitious woodworking project.
After you take a break try at least one more forward and backward stroke. You really have it dialed in now and it’s a thing of beauty!:)
I suppose you don't like how he spells the word "centre" either? ;)If I need to convert I just put it in (name of favorite (or favourite) search engine here) and that works for me.
Here's my version. I rough cut it on a bandsaw, finished the circle shape on a belt sander and used a Dremel cone shaped bit for the crimp effect. Then drilled the recesses with a couple forstener bits and attached the washer and screw. The biggest problem was trying to get the wax paper to feed through the printer. I ended up using freezer paper. It works great. Oh, my son loved it! He was really suprised when I told him I made it. Thanks for the 'ible.