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Repairing an Aerogarden Pump
Really nice and detailed recipe and I'm going to try it, thanks!But, my God, stop spoiling those family members!No one else is going to indulge them that way!
Easy Black Bean Soup
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Mechanical Arm Test Fixture
Fixing and Improving Old Greenhouse
So, I just solved two mysteries! What is that wierd waffle looking blade in my wife's utensil drawer (she didn't know either) and how does Chick Fila make those things??Thanks!!
I had wondered if, for a small solar or wind system, you could have your grid tied inverter feed just a single or maybe group of 2 house circuits which had relatively continuous loads like a fridge, or ac so those loads would soak up most of your generated power and then use simple blocking diodes in the grid feeds into those individual circuits so the inverter couldn't export??The diodes wouldn't have to be huge since they would be passing maybe 20 amps each?
Oops, you're right, forgot about the negative swing!Must be a simple way to limit an inexpensive grid tied inverter from back feeding the mains without shutting it down though?
How to Fix a Hole in a Hollow Core Door
Great instructable, thanks! I plan to try this to fix the jole inthe non skid area of my boat deck.But to get it to look so good, you must have matched up the wood grain lines in the mold with those in the places where it joined the undamaged area when you tranferred it?How did you do that??
Mold Making & Casting Class
Expandable Hydroponics System From Junk - Flood and Drain
Great project!As has been noted, wind speed and direction, maybe with max/min wind speeds and some trending up or down arrows on the display whould be a great add on.Do you know of any simple wind speed/direction sensors?
Perfect French Fries
Gather Your (Internet Of) Things
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LEDs and Lighting Class
WiFi Weather Display with ESP8266
Beyond Beginner Welding
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Science of Baking
Great Instructible and great progress from your earlier torch! Have you tried soldering with it? And do you know anything about what voltages ac or dc these use? Generally they use a hv breakover voltage to ionize the gap then a lower sustaining voltage. I wondered about trying one with a microwave transformer or inverter to make a sheet metal cutter.
DIY aluminum investment casting using a 3d printer.