That's where this one went. The kids had a good time measuring the sensitivity of the PIR sensor . . . you know, "measuring" the way kids do - playing Ninja to see when the sensor would catch them.
Yep, these PIR sensors have an adjustable timeout - 5 seconds to 5 minutes. I set mine at 5 minutes.
That's a beautiful frame. Nice work.
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Wow! This is beautiful.
Wooden Skeeball Game
I'm a Ravenclaw, but Slytherin fits this project better. I have ideas for all the houses, it's just going to take some time to build all of them.
Yeah, they randomly show up in my life. I have 3 outside my office right now.
Wow! That's a beautiful design.
Nice build JackmanWorks. I found a walnut pallent once and felt like a hit a gold mine.
That's a beautiful bird feeder. Nice work.
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Thanks jinxislonely, I'm glad you liked it.
This is awesome. Nice work.
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Thanks. I had a fairy garden in mind when I was sketching the fireplace design. It's a bit too big for you average fairy, but it about the right size for a garden gnome :)
*your (hmm . . . no way to edit comments, that's too bad, because I make lots of typos)
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Thanks. The push sticks were fun to make.
I can see how that step was a bit unclear. When I get home I'll take a couple pictures to help illustrate.Yes, I cut completely through the acrylic for the LED strip. I didn't attach the LEDs to the wood. The acrylic was about the same width as the LEDs, so after I cut the slot, I put the LEDs inside the slot.
I added the extra photos to the last step. I hope they clarify the instructions.