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Nice job with explaining everything. :)
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Nice design! :)
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Nice wood color choices. :)
Nice take on a classic toy!
Nice design. :)
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I've missed your lamps. Great job, as always.
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"... demonstrates how sewing is a puzzle about spatial relations and order of operations" -- Indeed! I like your fabric choices, especially the interior. ;)
This tutorial is extremely thorough: fantastic job. :)
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Ooh really nice job! Hope your mom liked it. ;)
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Gorgeous! And thanks for including so many details. :)
Love the irony. :)
Very nicely done!
Very nice job!
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Very nicely done with the ball bearings sandwiched between the hinges!
Nice design! I bet you're looking forward for Halloween? ;)
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Useful idea; I'll have to give it a try sometime!
Nice table! I also couldn't help but notice the book lamp in your intro: beautiful! Did you make it or was it purchased?
Clever idea with using the foam!
Nice execution! So many servos... great job with the build.
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Nice usage of acrylic with wood! For another version, trying different colors of acrylic or engraving into the acrylic might beinteresting. Or if you're really up for the work, engraving acrylic and using markers to tint the designs would look pretty great. I'll have to give it a go sometime: thanks for sharing. :)
Clever! Thanks for sharing. :) About the problem of the exposed metal, perhaps you can use larger diameter heat shrink to fit over the pins?
I've definitely seen larger and thicker heat shrink for bundles of cables, so it's out there somewhere for you. Alternatively, safety pins without loops are available; with those you could slide on two long, thin pieces to cover the two sides of the safety pin. Then solder your insulated copper wire to the center and slip another larger piece of heat shrink to cover that solder joint. But whatever you try, good luck!
Good luck! I'm looking forwards to next iterations. See steps 2 and 3 in this project for pictures of what I mean, by the way.
Hope it turned out all right. :)
6th grader or not, Ilustrator is a great skill to have. Enjoy!
Thanks for your kind words and vote. :)
Nice job hiding the light in the shell! If you want to create a simple switch for this, you could use discarded insulated wire for the bracelet band. Solder one end to the battery's positive terminal and another wire to the negative one. Then attach a screw clasp to the ends of the wire: when the clasp is connected, you'll have power and the light will go on. Just a thought that I've seen for conserving the battery :)
Awesome job! Nice write up too.
3D printing would be a great idea! Thanks for pointing out the fire hazard; I've added it as a warning. ;)
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Glad to have helped you gain inspiration. :)
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Nice rust effect!
I'm happy that you like them!
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Thank you for your kind comment! I'm a math tutor so that was some calculus. ;)
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Great tutorial with nice explanations. :)
This is really helpful: thanks for sharing!
This looks great!
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