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Freshman in high school. I want to learn more about working with wood and Arduino, and I love anything with a motor.
  • matosky.caleb commented on fghuertas's instructable Gouge, How to Make

    As usual awesome job, keep working on your english and it will keep improving.

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  • And this is why rice needs a workshop, CVU is lucky in that respect. Kinda weird to find an article from 10 minutes away from my house. Cool project though and the kid looks super happy.

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  • Awesome project, it is clearly understandable and the english is fine. However, as you are looking for tips, a few things. Tense is a challenging thing in english, and a few times you change it. For example, since you have already built the knife, you can say that you placed the handles instead of place the handles. Because this is past tense, it comes across as strange to native english speakers because you are speaking of the past in present tense. English speakers can easily understand what you mean, and it doesnt take away from what you created, but if you want to sound like you are a native speaker tense is important.A few times you put in a weird gap between a sentence, and I do not know if this was simply an accident or intended. Usually an enter is only used between different topi…

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    Awesome project, it is clearly understandable and the english is fine. However, as you are looking for tips, a few things. Tense is a challenging thing in english, and a few times you change it. For example, since you have already built the knife, you can say that you placed the handles instead of place the handles. Because this is past tense, it comes across as strange to native english speakers because you are speaking of the past in present tense. English speakers can easily understand what you mean, and it doesnt take away from what you created, but if you want to sound like you are a native speaker tense is important.A few times you put in a weird gap between a sentence, and I do not know if this was simply an accident or intended. Usually an enter is only used between different topics, not midway through sentences.Other than that, your english is great and so is the project, keep making new things and practicing english. If you use this language enough you will begin to write it as second nature with almost no mistakes.Awesome project, and I am just trying to give helpful feedback. I could still understand everything and nothing was completely wrong, for a non-native speaker your language skills are very impressive.

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  • Wow, this is really cool. Amazing that resistors that sensitive exist so cheap, and really cool tech.

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  • matosky.caleb commented on MrCraft's instructable Soapbox

    I think putting skis on this and going down some snowy hills would be amazing. I cant really work with wood but I would build a snow car sled boat soap box if i could. Nice project!

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  • matosky.caleb commented on DIY KING 00's instructable DIY Dremel Tool

    Wondering whether a brushless rc car motor or small plane motor would be able to work- I think the rpms would be great but idk about torque

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