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  • jim.katz.3 commented on DIY KING 00's instructable DIY Bladeless Fan From Scratch1 year ago
    DIY Bladeless Fan From Scratch

    Fine project all the way through - clear ideas and excellent photos. Please do one thing, though, and get some help editing your instructions and commentary. There are a lot of typos and small errors. Mostly not important, but here and there are a few that could lead to misunderstanding what you were trying to get across.

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  • jim.katz.3 commented on Paige Russell's instructable 10 Unusual Uses for Lemons1 year ago
    10 Unusual Uses for Lemons

    Look online under "Mom was a moonshiner!"

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  • 3D Print a Programmable Musical Instrument

    This seems about halfway thought through and you should probably have gone further before publishing it. It appears that you have simply disassembled a musical movement, engineered the pieces to make it possible to 3d print and that is that, To make a working model you have to solve the problem of tuning the reeds and dampers, and making the cylinder so that any note can be played at each spot, and not what looks like alternate notes only, with the holes shifting over as you have there. Not to mention that it seems you didn't even try to pin the cylinder. I think it is established that we can copy stuff with 3d printing. A better project would be to change and use the unique abilities of CAD and 3d printing to make something new. As you mention, a triple size instrument sounds like a g...

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    This seems about halfway thought through and you should probably have gone further before publishing it. It appears that you have simply disassembled a musical movement, engineered the pieces to make it possible to 3d print and that is that, To make a working model you have to solve the problem of tuning the reeds and dampers, and making the cylinder so that any note can be played at each spot, and not what looks like alternate notes only, with the holes shifting over as you have there. Not to mention that it seems you didn't even try to pin the cylinder. I think it is established that we can copy stuff with 3d printing. A better project would be to change and use the unique abilities of CAD and 3d printing to make something new. As you mention, a triple size instrument sounds like a good idea and a lot of fun, or a hybrid where you have metal pins and comb sourced elsewhere, anything that makes a different and complete project.

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  • jim.katz.3 commented on jessyratfink's instructable Unusual uses for ice cubes3 years ago
    Unusual uses for ice cubes

    I see my mistake, for more effective action I probably should not boil the ice cubes first....

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