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A whole lot cheaper than buying a bottle of CLR !!!
You succeeded in your instructional !!! I was only thinking of the aesthetics.
Overall, very nice !!! Would have like to not be able to see the 'works'. Hiding the arduino and the cable strip would have presented a much more pleasing display.
Well, alrighty then. Didn't mean to start a seminar on the properties and formation of a snowflake !!! And, YES, the idea remains kewl !!!
According to Wikipedia: Empirical studies suggest that less than 0.1% of snowflakes exhibit the ideal six-fold symmetric shape. Very occasionally twelve branched snowflakes are observed; they maintain the six-fold symmetry.
Do these '3D' PRINTED instructables on YouTube. A vast majority of DIYers do NOT have the capabilities, nor the resources to have a Printer.Not that you haven't got the skills and talent to do these projects well without the expensive machines, the mood lamp is very nice.
Snowflakes have NO criteria as to points they can have as they are never identical. I've made these 'snowflakes' in a number of ways. This year I made a snowflake that turned out to be round and entirely 3 dimensenal !!!
Love the project. My only problem is that very few who do these projects, myself included , do not have access to a 3D printer or a lathe. Show me how to do this without that printer and I would be a happier camper. The general public, should be able to do 'instructables' without all of the 'machines'.
I enjoyed the 'machine skills' that you have. My only point of critique is the machines are more than the average 'instructables' can afford and the space for them. Simplifying means basic tools and skills to use them. IMHO, I would suggest a 'youtube' channel to display your talents. It may even be profitable for you.
Deep Hole in a Small Box, a Different Take on the Infinity Mirror.
I figured you would like the idea. Would love to see what you do with it. Good luck !!!
Not real sure about making it fly, BUT, a fantastic idea for a Dragon Mobile. Looking forward to trying this out !!!
Great idea, BUT, unless you designed it to stay in a semi-permanent spot, it is a wee bit cumbersome. A set of legs would make it a more practical piece of Patio or Garden Furniture. Nonetheless, job well done !
You are welcome !!! I appreciate the fact that the folks that do these Instructables are open to constructive criticism ! That is the way I was brought up and thank you for being open minded !!!
You are very welcome. Good luck on your next project !!!