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What blade size/TPI did you end up using?
As a fellow geek and woodworker - you now have another YouTube subscriber.
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Jay has some great videos!
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I was thinking the same but I think it's because of the angle of the photos... but if you watch the video it looks that would be hard to do.
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One thing of note --- as you mentioned distance makes a different. Even if you are within the 'charging range' the distance within that range impacts your charging speed. My phone can charge through the case - but charges faster with the case off. So if you're adding a layer of wood, be sure it can still charge through that plus any phone case you might be using.
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Thanks! I found it on Amazon.
What is that workbench that you are using please?
Quick and Easy Dice Tower
I've owned many dice towers and honestly we never had issues of dice not truly tumbling on all 6 side. Though the odds of a 'sliding dice' is really slim However if it is a concern, you could easily remedy that by adding ridges to your 'backboards' before covering them with felt.
I've owned many dice towers and honestly we never had issues of dice not truly tumbling on all 6 side. The odds of a 'sliding dice' is really slim. However if it is a concern, you could easily remedy that by adding ridges to your 'backboards' before covering them with felt.
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I'm building a new dob base for my old Coulter Odyssey 13.1. Came across this while looking for some ground board/azimuth bearing ideas. Looks like you did a really nice job. Here's my work in progress. I'll probably paint mine.
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For those who haven't noticed, this instructable is a year old. LED technology is changing in leaps and bounds very quickly. I read this morning on MSN that LED brightness doubles every 18 months.... So with that - understand what this person did over a year ago can probably be done with completely different mechanics that didn't exist even a year ago. But what is pertinent here is a great concept and exploiting the advantages LED technology.
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Colour also can display the time Build a LED colour clock
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