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I think you solved this 'problem' in the ideal way. The stained glass remains as an option to future owners, and can be displayed decoratively or used in place if the light reduction can be tolerated. Very neat job, well done.
Very nice. I did something a bit the same with two pieces of glass, with the ink poured on one, then the second laid on top. This way you can see the paint moving in the space between the glass. Removing the top piece changes the pattern again. I took photos of the results as transferring from the glass to paper/card etc. is possible, but was not my aim.
Great finished product, the concrete looks much like aged stone as you say. I have heard of people smearing yoghurt onto garden objects to encourage organisms to colonise. I don't know if it works though! I also think you could incorporate a water spout from the mouth quite easily to make a water feature using this same mould/casting technique.
I'm pretty dismayed to see some of the mentioned species of tree being turned into pallets. It seems highly likely these are not from sustainable sources.
HI, nice project and use of the printer. When I saw the project idea I thought you were going to blow the air through a wetted material to achieve cooling. Evaporative cooling. I think you may find this more effective than over the ice. Although then you probably won't want to drink the contents.
just missing a few bullet holes in the fuselage!
it's possible that the power supply you used has one already, but I would recommend adding an inline fuse holder on the output side to avoid excessive current damaging anything
I guess this guide is super old (can't find a date) but I wanted to ask.Is this still the easiest way to achieve this and do the SACD rips preserve 5.1 encoding? If not is there a way to do this? IE provide DSD files or PCM which can be streamed over a network to an AVR capable of doing so.
Re tip 4. Please do not leave pails of poisoned water around. Any animal could drink it, probably someone's dog.
Nice instructable. I've been looking for a way to make cheap base plates for Lego and this technique would seem to be perfect. Thanks