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Unique, obviously hand carved, thoughtfully designed, artistically stylized, and aesthetically pleasing! If you are NOT making things like this and selling them for a small MINT, you are doing yourself and others a disservice. Beautiful stuff!
Terrarium From Clear TotesView Instructable »
Basic Electronics Skills for Robotics
Motors and Motion
Large Motors Class
I worked in the food industry for a while. I wouldn't try to heat up this type of plastic. Most of the cutting boards are nylon rather than HPDE (totally different). I'm pretty sure the convention is to use direct bleach to clean, and sand with a belt sander if needed. ;-) BTW, nice cutting boards! What's your favorite knife?
Combining Inputs and Outputs
Circuit Displays Internet Data
Internet of Things Class
Buttermilk Sky Raspberry Pi...View Instructable »
Mixing + Pouring Concrete
Casting Molds With Voids
Tools + Supplies
OK, I thought a little graphic might help myself.... maybe not?
Tools + Materials
Table Saw Class
Tools and Materials for Bread
Welcome to Bread
Yup, It works --- IF---- you ground the no. 1 pin ---- AND --- the entire, lower- right hand line in the schematic between the ground and the transistor output must be eliminated. I have a 10K pot but the best results is when I added an additional 560Ohms (roughly) between the no.7 pin and the pot, lowering the duty cycle to "just barely able to see the lights." Works great!
First of all, I would like to congratulate the creator of this "Instructable," for a job well done! I'm cooking cans now.Secondly, I found this to be one of the best and funniest digressions of subject to English language-ever! I recently moved to Tennessee and have found an innner language to English-US-Appalachian. BTW, narrator sounds Swedish or German.
Dude! The helmet is way wicked cool! A true brain bucket! I'm probably going to use the ole "silver spoon" technique for style -- but that sci-fi lookin headgear is making you the envy!
I meant "mylar film capacitors."
Haven't made it yet. About to give it a go. As far as danger goes, I'm not sure. I have my doubts regarding any danger with smaller voltages and amperes. People wear heart monitors and pulse monitors for days at a time. Someone mentioned a voltage divider rather than dual batteries, and then piping signals into an Arduino rather than a sound card. The wattage (volts x amps) potential with all of those caps and an Arduino scares me a little. I'm experimenting just like most. It sounds very promising. Maybe some TENS unit facts would provide the answer with all of that transdermal electricity stuff.
Working on it