DIY GPS Tracked Bike Lock
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DIY Mini UPS for WiFi Router V2.0
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3D Printed Magnatic Stirrer
Cool idea! What about the food safe aspect of 3d printing? Did you use food safe filament, printing nozzle and coating to cover up all the layer gaps from bacteria?
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How to get vacuum-like conditions! Use a metal (or plastic) straw to suck out the remaining air by inserting the straw into the seal, then sealing the bag as close to the straw as possible, then suck the air out of the bag, and whilst still sucking the air, pull the straw out and quickly close the seal gap with your fingers. This results in almost vacuum-like conditions. Just make sure you use a bag with a really good seal, otherwise the air slowly creeps back in.
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Make a Mini-fridge!
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Agreed, the author updated the post, but still it is not well explained. The author should just simply tell the user to put a 3 pin grounded male plug on the end, so that if the lead is ever used with a grounded appliance, it will just work as intended. NEVER have a female grounded end with a non-grounded male plug on the other end.Author, please update your article further to simply say, this is not a recommended approach, and instead recommend what is a safe way to do it. There's plenty of leads sold that are fully non grounded or fully grounded at both ends.
Video Calling on Raspberry Pi 3
Whats the current way to download ProtaOS. The website seems to be replaced with MicroBots, so is ProtaOS now defunct?
DIY Smart Home Doorbell 2.0 (works With Alexa)
DIY Smart Home Doorbell for Less Than $40!
Wooden Espresso Knock Box
How to Politely Clean the Espresso Machine After Pulling a Shot
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This should be added to the main blog/post to highlight it's just as important to check what was transported on the pallets. Even what the pallets have potentially been lying in while in a warehouse. Could be a floor soaked in chemicals!
How to Make a SOFA That Turns Into a BED
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DIY Modern Outdoor Sofa
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Easy Leather Sandals - Sun Sandals
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Dealing With Pizza Dough
D.I.Y. Solar Setup.
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Increase Your Refrigerator's Efficiency in 10 Minutes for About $2
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Reupholstering a Steering Wheel
And was there a follow-up video? :D
@roosenpandi, if this is "not a proper technique for sanding and repolishing cast iron" then I would really appreciate if you can explain what IS the proper technique or provide a link as to how you think it should be done. I don't really know what to do with the comment you made, as there's no altewrnative to considser. I would genuenly welcome another approach if you have one. Otherwise it's, 'well its better than nothing to do it this way'