wow !! I really would like to make one, but to have a CNC able to cut the aluminium to make the part already excludes some of us. Congratulations ! it looks like a very nice quality homemade buiolt which would be useful for many :)
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My 20 months old steals my motorcycle keys.. and there is no way I could fool her with cheap printed materials to impersonate metal keys, not twice.. I see you did manage to trick your wife in letting you buy a 3D printer, this is something I should try with more chances of success :)
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I would like to try to follow one of your "how-to" for a smaller project, more accessible to non artists who want to give it a try!I'll follow you on Instructable and facebook until such day comes that you can publish your new instructable :)Many thanks!Cheers,Laurent
Amazing, now that I got mesmerized for a while admiring your art, I need to get back to work, time flew while watching it...
it's truly beautiful art. Not the kind of instructable I was expecting to see, as usually we see step by step, or how-to, for building tools or useful things, but first time I see purely artistic presentation that is not intended for us to replicate (how could we?). Talking about this, maybe you could enlighten us on an easier technique, using wood layers, 5-6 of them, to make a pretty decoration for a child room.can you explain how you determine your cuts for the foregrounds, backgrounds, and help us understand how we could then imagine reproduce something similar on a smaller scale to make a landscape?Your instructable is beautiful, but without a huge talent and experience, we can't reuse it.Many thanks for your post!
I NEED THIS !!!! :)
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Thanks ! An instructable which is entry level for beginner builders like me. I definitely will brush up my builder skills with this one during this winter time, and it will be a useful tool as well. Thanks for sharing !
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hello,Any idea how this could be transformed into having a GPS NMEA source and attitude indicator "pilot" Google Earth to have a sort of Synthetic Vision system in an airplane. I am thinking of having a device in my experimental plane that can provide visual aids in case of bad planning of a flight (heavy rain / fog / stronger front wind and arriving at night) and being able to get close to airstrip to land.Google Earth also have the advantage of adding personalized landmarks that retail avionics softwares don't all do (and at a great cost).Thanks !
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Hello JimD80,On the schematics you copied from the author, the black indicates it's to be tied to a ground. The plus being the positive.As you observed, plastic is not a conductive material, and this means "ground" is all wired together. Now if you observe "Step 5" second picture, you can clearly see the author posted a photo where we see black wires connected to those "ground".No offense but did you really get stuck on this? If so, you might want to do a bit of self learning in electricity classes before attempting an assembly like this. Computers' power supplies have high voltage capacitors, bad grounding can bring risk of shocks, and fire..Cheers,
So are you complaining that the DC power supply doesn't show the ground as wired? On the schematics you shared, Power Supply is represented in the top right corner. It's pretty obvious that the power supply requires also the ground to be wired even the author forgot to paint a black connection there. It would be on the "1" or on the "2", the "3" being a plus (connected) as well as the "4" of the DC.Glad you served 50 years, but the way you phrased your request is confusing as you kept referring to "chassis ground". There is no chassis ground, they are wires all connected to the negative/ground.
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very cool and also useful! But don't tropical plants need a high humidity? I would have expected a small humidifier from a piezo cell, or bought design, to raise humidity with the help of an underneath water tank to raise humidity if needed.I am very tempted to reuse all of this design for a larger size design and put some larger plants in my living room!Merci beaucoup!
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I opened this instructable exactly for the same purpose !! :)
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