Reminded me that I have a stationary rack for my clothes dryer for drying out things (like shoes). Could work for phones and such. I wouldn't want to turn the heat up too much though for drying out electronics... maybe just alternate between low-heat and no-heat?
And, if it doesn't work, you can always just drink the Everclear to help make you feel better, lol. ;')
I was curious about what the economics were for rebuilding such motors... Could somebody make a living rebuilding these?
Fascination read, thank you. In college, one of the hardest classes I took was on multi-phase and power transmission. This inspires me to dig out my old textbooks and brush up.
That makes a lot of sense. Thanks for your reply, I love learning about these things.
Oh, ha! I didn't think to use a simple clock mechanism... I was trying to do something similar and I got motors and was trying to print gears and stuff... a mess, and noisy, etc. Thanks for the idea! Great project!
Congrats on winning the contest! You practically made an LED TV to win one! :') Great design and well documented.
Very cool. I love the addition of a tilt sensor to turn on/off, Why don't they do that simple trick with commercial lights to eliminate the manual on/off switch? Brilliant!
Cool! I like your use of videos and annotations in your project description. Very nice.
Thank you!! Yeah, my first! :') I've visited here a lot, but my first submission. Hope to do more.
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