Does any body know where to get a blimp shape mylar
Topic by Sun Gear 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
I wanted to make a giant balloon to tie onto myself and jump up and down really high. I suppose a pogostick does the same thing, but a giant balloon seems cool as well.
Question by ANDY! 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I'm trying to create a modified steampunk nursery for my baby boy (let's call it "steampunk lite".) I would like to make a steampunk airship to hang from the ceiling, but I'm not sure how to start. I could buy a zepplin model kit, but I am hoping to get some ideas about how to modify it. Has anybody done anything like this or does anybody have any ideas? Thanks!
Question by pojojuniper 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I'm a book editor based in the UK and am seeking a maker to construct a large (ie 4 ft or larger) balloon/inflatable/dirigible and to provide instructional how-to for a book project (the end result needs to be photograph-able). Fee is payable, but time is tight - need help within the next two to three weeks. Can e-mail reply if it's easier than posting - email@example.com.
Topic by sophie collins 10 years ago
I have been thinking a long time about the biotic pump theory but I still don't understand it. The math is too hard for me. BUT it got me to thinking. It is a point of major dispute in the meteorological world. Does condensation cause low pressure? 2 russian nuclear physicists say yes, almost everyone else says no! So, I thought and thought and thought. Now I think I have a simple enough explanation And yes, they may not necessarily cause low pressure under the cloud (probably do) but they definitely suck in air from elsewhere. Imagine a fleet of huge doughnut shaped dirigible airships. They are sitting at 10,000 ft just floating there. Now the commander tells everyone that they must now fly at 5000 ft. So they turn on their propellers (in the hole in the doughnut) and drop down to 5000 ft by propelling air up through the hole. Now staying at 5000 ft is achieved by running the propellers at just fast enough. So at 5000 ft they are pumping air from under the doughnuts to above them. Now imagine a cumulus cloud. Even though it is not fixed in size or shape and it does not have a propeller, it is doing the exact same thing. Air is being pumped up the middle and the clouds are sitting lower in the sky than they "should", because they are sending that column of air up into the sky. Here is my video to explain it visually. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sPO8dWm_GIg
Topic by gaiatechnician 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
Sign-up for our newsletter here. Oct. 18, 2007 Welcome back! The big news this week is that our Laser Cutter Contest is back! We will be giving away a 40-watt VersaLaser worth over $15,000! This is one of our favorite tools and we want to give it to the best Instructable that gets entered in the next couple months. So check out this batch of cool projects and get started on your project! Steampunk Airship Goggles Often times after piloting my steam dirigible, I arrive at my destination only to find my eyebrows have collected a mass of gnats, fleas, and small birds. What to do?posted by aintMichael on Oct 16, 2007 Free iPod Touch Dock All the parts you need come with the iPod and it is very easy to construct. posted by ari6126 on Oct 14, 2007 How to date a girl who is way out of your league. Learn how to date girls even if you're not the life of the party.posted by Gamer6460 on Oct 15, 2007 The Laser Cutter Contest is Back! Improve your digital camera extremely With this simple modification you will be able to take extreme macro images with your simple amateur digital camera! posted by isr_Raviv on Oct 13, 2007 Make a cool hologram illusion! How to easily make a convincing floating head hologram. It's a great addition to your Halloween decorations! posted by NK5 on Oct 11, 2007 Look Like Your Enemy: Create signs that confuse, astound and parody! Using these methods to temporarily borrow the legitimacy of a company or organization tin order to deliver a different message.posted by slambert on Oct 16, 2007 Super Cheap and Easy Fog Chiller A fog chiller cools down fog from a fog machine so that it stays low to the ground. This one costs around $5-$10.posted by admanrocks on Oct 12, 2007 Win a free trip to Maker Faire 2008! Flatulant Boss Detector Use the power of embarassment to keep your boss from walking in on your cubicle undetectedposted by el_roboto_loco on Oct 16, 2007 Solar powered fountain/herb garden Here is a simple garden fountain utilizing a $20 solar panel/pump combo, some sewer pipe, bamboo, and a strawberry pot. posted by sleighbedguy on Oct 15, 2007 Lost Your Charger? How to Charge any Battery Survival-Style Charge any battery enough to keep doing the important stuff. posted by TimAnderson on Oct 17, 2007 Now go build something awesome, and I'll see you next week! - Eric
Topic by lebowski 11 years ago